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UNStudio and Bjarke Ingels Group Invest in New Virtual Space | Architect Magazine

Dubbed SpaceForm, the digital meeting and presentation platform was developed by the London-based studio Squint/Opera.

courtesy SpaceFrom, UNStudio
courtesy SpaceFrom, UNStudio

The following is a press release from the Amsterdam-based firm UNStudio announcing its investment in SpaceForm, a new virtual architecture workspace developed by the London-based creative studio Squint/Opera. The Bjarke Ingels Group is another investor.

UNStudio and BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group invest in SpaceForm, a virtual workspace, hosted in the cloud, a platform that immerses teams in projects across any device, developed by Squint/Opera.

As the built environment increasingly focuses on more sustainable and effective ways to design, review and present complex designs to stakeholders, the joint project, developed by creative studio Squint/Opera, and the two leading architecture studios, offers a new and more sustainable way to meet, collaborate and design remotely.

Since March last year, business travel has been severely disrupted. This has had a major impact on the architecture and design world where communicating large scale, complex projects is nearly impossible over Zoom. The latest iteration of SpaceForm has helped to fill this gap. Looking forward, it can help global teams present and design more effectively remotely, reducing the need for travel.

courtesy SpaceFrom, UNStudio
courtesy SpaceFrom, UNStudio

Source: UNStudio and Bjarke Ingels Group Invest in New Virtual Space | Architect Magazine

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