We are proud to be the inaugural sponsor of IDEA's new Community Services award, which recognises the positive impact interior design and architecture have had on our community or not-for-profit sectors. Designed to highlight the work architects and interior designers do for those who don’t traditionally have access `to design expertise, it is open to ...
As part of Melbourne’s Property Council Australia “Back to the office” initiative, Gray Puksand invited Zenith to present its new “The Future is Soft” experience at one of their “ Fab Friday” lunch sessions.
Exploring how wearables might influence the future workplace with respect to furniture, lighting, and materials.
The Future is Soft is the next evolution of Zenith’s client engagement program, it is a fun experience exploring how the use of smart glasses such as Hololens 2 will influence future workplace environments.
Zenith partnered with Mond Qu, founder of multidisciplinary design studio United Make, to embark on a journey into the future of workplace. We believe that The Future is Soft.
We dive deep into what the future workplace could look like and how the digital and physical worlds will come together, forming new hybrids and creating seamless interactions.
Stay tuned for more insights into the future of technology-affected furniture.
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Zenith Canberra recently hosted the roadshow launch event for Women in Design & Construction. Thank you to the panelists Annette Pogas -Colliers, Lauren Kasparek - Construction Control, Maddie Ashton -SHAPE Australia and Siti Mustaffa - BSE Engineers for speaking and to everyone that attended the "Building the Future" event. We look forward to hosting many more of WIDAC'S empowering ...
Zenith Perth’s new showroom performs a delicate balancing act: reintroducing the idiosyncrasies of the 1906 building to complement the cutting edge constellations of Zenith's workplace furniture. There’s a precedent for Zenith Perth finding its home in the walls of a Heritage build. The previous Western Australian base for the innovative commercial furniture designer was the ...