What design factors impede professional performance in the workplace? Two new studies from field of applied psychology point the finger at a familiar culprit
Are companies going far enough when it comes to workplace accessibility? They might be meeting minimum legal requirements, but companies should go above and beyond to be inclusive
Adewunmi Adegbola produced the Nigerian Pavilion at the 2023 London Design Biennale. In this interview she discusses the design approach of her practice Siriano as the Lagos market develops
The standard of environmental quality in the workplace could be affecting individual and company performance far more than we think. A new guide from AECOM explores the key factors
Architectural firm HOK has extended its focus on designing for neurodiversity from the workplace to a range of other environments including science labs, sports venues, airports and courtrooms
Opened in 1972, Herman Hertzberger’s iconic office building in the Netherlands was hailed as a template for social community. As it is converted for residential use, its ideals remain relevant today
Adaptive reuse in architecture and construction is gathering pace in response to the climate crisis – even Google is getting in on the act
As a new office overtakes the Pentagon as the largest office in the world, we ask: what does this trend for larger floorplates say about the future of work?