A new framework to enhance collaboration with your design team
Many companies want to remodel their workspace in the aftermath of the pandemic, but find the design process abstract and obtuse. A new report suggests how designing can go further to meet corporate objectives
Deloitte sets a new precedent for green buildings
From furniture, choice settings and energy efficiencies, Deloitte’s new London headquarters boasts unparalleled sustainability credentials and employee wellbeing initiatives with help from furniture consultants Sketch
The Future of Work – a world of pure imagination?
The world of work is rapidly changing, and digital domination means a shift in the type of work we do and how we do it. Leeson Medhurst of 360 Workplace discusses the transition to a ‘Willy Wonka’ principle of working
On the rise: the ten factors for a productive workplace
This white paper by Area, a company in the Fourfront Group, addresses the continuing search for productivity, and creates an opportunity for organisations to reflect on how they can make changes towards a more productive workforce
Coming up: key trends affecting the European market
From automation to changing work styles, Aki Stamatis, chairman of Fourfront Group, looks at the trends he is seeing affecting the European workplace market this year
Why wellbeing is not just a buzzword
Wellbeing is a word that is well established in workplace vocabulary, but few organisations really know what it means in relation to its workforce. Jon Odey sheds some light on the subject
Provoking the nexus: the office built to inspire
From easily adaptable spaces to beer gardens and classrooms, the new Thames Tower building is designed to inspire and provoke collaboration. Recruitment firm Austin Fraser are the first tenants of this new space created by Area.
Productivity push: mind the gap between landlords and occupiers
Findings from the Stoddart Review suggest that an effective workplace can boost business productivity. Leeson Medhurst from 360 Workplace discusses his initial thoughts about the Review’s findings