Positive Solutions

This is a space where we discuss about projects that inspire us, our likes and dislikes, and topics we consider important to be talking about.

FEATURED ENTRY

The future of malls

Each year we propose innovative solutions for growing problematics that we identify in the Real Estate sector. On this occasion, we identified 4 different cases of malls in theUnited States that are currently either under-occupied or abandoned.

"The growing disuse and sub-utilization of numerous shopping malls in different parts of the world has provoked decadent infrastructure, that generates the devaluation of the properties and their neighborhoods, producing a negative and degradant dynamic in urban, economic, and social terms"
Leonardo Neve
FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR

Cafeína Innovation Award

2021 EDITION

The future of malls

We identified 4 different cases of malls in the United States that are currently either under-occupied or abandoned.

The problematic is approached with a creative, out-of-the-box method with the focus to generate positive outcomes for the space itself and the neighboring communities, based on the human needs’ optimization model.

2020 EDITION

Visualizing the future office

3 teams of architecture students from the Universidad de Las Américas Puebla, advised by the Cafeína team, had the challenge of proposing positive solutions to solve the problem of spaces that we are facing today with buildings that have gradually been vacated.

The challenge: What kind of offices are we looking for?

News

What if You Don’t Want to Go Back to the Office?

Millions of Americans are taking part in an unprecedented experiment in working from home. Many are happier, more efficient and want to hang onto the benefits when the pandemic ends.

The 2021 Ford F-150 Aims to Double as a Rolling Office

Auto maker targets commercial buyers with truck that can operate as remote workstation, complete with desk and built-in WiFi

This chart shows which countries have the highest and lowest job satisfaction

his is what countries have the highest and lowest job satisfaction, according to the latest Randstad Workmonitor.