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Schicke Büroarchitekturen, Open-Space-Großräume, keine festen Schreibtische für Mitarbeiter mehr: Die moderne Arbeitswelt verspricht mehr Agilität, mehr Kreativität und weniger Kosten.Und das alles angeblich im Interesse der Beschäftigten.

Das, was man in modernen Klassikern wie dem Unilever-Haus in Hamburg sieht, dringt mit immer individuelleren Entwürfen in immer neue architektonische Höhen -irgendwo zwischen dem Pekinger Olympiastadion und dem neuen Apple Campus.With more than one thousand stores worldwide and almost 20 billion U. dollars revenue from its footwear segment, Nike held about 23 percent of the global athletic footwear market share in 2015.Nike’s main competitor in the footwear market is the German multinational corporation Adidas, one of the most successful sportswear companies in Europe and Nike’s long-term rival.Die haben jedoch häufig ganz andere Wünsche - die aus Sicht der Organisationsforschung auch viel sinnvoller wären."Mimikry" steht für das Nachmachen von als erfolgswirksam angesehenen Gestaltungsmustern.Footwear is the most profitable category for the adidas Group, closely followed by apparel.

is a fruition of adidas Futurecraft- the brand’s journey to define the future of craftsmanship through exploring new technology, design, and collaboration in order to provide the best for each athlete.

and others Adidas Headquarters Interior design, Amsterdam, The Netherlands go to project 10.000 m2, client: Adidas Europe; final design 2000 Transferium, Utrecht, The Netherlands 45.000 m2; client: Consortium Transferium Utrecht East; development study 1999 Office Development Arenapark, Hilversum, The Netherlands 12.000 m2; client: Multi Vastgoed; development study 1999 European Headquarter Office for MCI World Com, Amsterdam, The Netherlands go to project 12.000 m2; client: A.

development area; 20.000 housing units, commercial and collective services; client: City of Almere; concept study 2006 Development study Utrechtsebaan, Voorburg, The Netherlands 100.000 m2; client: William Properties; study 2005 Masterplan ' Oostwand Grote Markt', Groningen, The Netherlands go to project Client: City of Groningen; redevelopment study 2003, Masterplan accepted 2005 Redevelopment of Exhibition Fair Centre, Antwerp, Belgium Client: Wilma Development, study 2001 Master plan Lloyd pier, Rotterdam, The Netherlands go to project 24-hectare; client: City of Antwerp; international invited competition 2002, second place; in collaboration with Martha Schwartz Development study of the South Axis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands go to project Client: City of Bruges; development study 1998, master plan accepted 1999 Master plan for Zeeburger Eiland, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Client: City of Amsterdam; development study 1998, in collaboration with West 8 Landscape Architects Master plan for the Oostelijke Handelskade Area, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Client: Rabo Vastgoed; invited competition 1998 Master plan for the Schiehaven Area, Rotterdam, The Netherlands Client: City of Rotterdam; invited competition 1997 Master plan for Oostelijke handelskade, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Client: City of Amsterdam, development study 1995 Masterplan for the Theatre Area, Sittard, The Netherlands Client: City of Sittard; development study 1995 Redevelopment of Buitenveldert, The Netherlands Client: City of Buitenveldert, redevelopment study 1995 Study for the development of the riverfront at Fort Asperen, The Netherlands Client: Fort Asperen; design 1995 Master plan for the Expansion of Almere towards 2010, The Netherlands Client: City of Almere; study 1996,in collaboration with West 8 Landscape Architects Masterplan for the ' Beatrixkwartier' Area, The Hague, The Netherlands 100.000 m2 offices; client: B.

Headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany, Adidas is the second largest athletic footwear company in the world with about ten percent of the market share.

In 2016, the adidas Group produced around 360 million pairs of shoes, which were sold under brand names such as adidas, Reebok and Taylor Made. In 2014, for instance, about 258 million pairs of shoes were produced globally by the adidas Group.

Sie orientieren sich dabei an ewig gleichen Grundmustern - die aus organisationswissenschaftlicher Sicht eher verheerend als modern sind.