Muebles como cuenta en espacios de coworking. Lugares en la ciudad de Oporto como caso de estudio
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Cruz, R., Franqueira, T., & Pombo, F. . (2021). Muebles como cuenta en espacios de coworking. Lugares en la ciudad de Oporto como caso de estudio. Res Mobilis, 10(13-3), 316-338. https://doi.org/10.17811/rm.10.13-3.2021.316-338

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En unas pocas décadas, la era digital llegó a nuestras vidas cambiando los estilos de vida y los comportamientos sociales, obligando al mundo a repensar las experiencias diarias, incluidas las que tienen lugar en los lugares de trabajo. El nomadismo digital que facilita la movilidad y flexibilidad del trabajo satisface las exigencias de la sociedad actual y estimula el surgimiento de espacios de coworking. El diseño de muebles también necesita abordar las nuevas demandas del estilo de vida actual. En este contexto, el artículo pretende averiguar el papel que desempeñan los muebles en dichos espacios. La investigación se lleva a cabo mediante el estudio de una muestra aleatoria de espacios de coworking en Oporto. Se realizó una entrevista y una encuesta a los usuarios del espacio de coworking con el fin de identificar el denominador común del mueble en aquellos lugares teniendo en cuenta la función ergonómica de los pares/ comodidad, materiales / sostenibilidad y flexibilidad / forma como parámetros principales. El principal resultado de este estudio es atraer la atención de los diseñadores sobre la importancia del mobiliario a la hora de considerar la calidad de los espacios de coworking en sus capacidades multifuncionales en el contexto de una sociedad responsable, ecológica y sostenible.

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