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Capital gains: will London’s office market sink or swim?

A slow return to the office in the City of London reflects many world capitals. But how can we reconcile this with record levels of development?  An exclusive report looks at the contradictions

New green office poised to capture demand from major corporate occupiers

A new sustainable office project in the City of London is setting the standard for future commercial developments in urban centres

Foster’s sustainable office project creates a milestone for Madrid

A transformative scheme to breathe new life into an old industrial building sets new standards in reducing carbon while creating a green space for outdoor working

Which are the world’s most liveable cities after the pandemic?

This WORKTECH Academy Briefing looks at The Economist’s survey of the most desirable urban locations and the top workplace interiors in the DesignWeek Awards 2022

The Adaptive Workplace: five learnings for the future workplace

As we enter the age of experimentation, a year-long pilot study by Australian developer Mirvac in Sydney provides insights on how to create a successful adaptive workplace design

Size matters: large firms lag behind in getting employees back to the office

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the most recent evidence on hybrid working including a New York study which shows the giant firms struggling the most to bring people back to the workplace

Creating inclusive cities: share your ideas on new work practice

If you’ve got new workplace research, projects or policies to share that can make our cities more inclusive, then the Healthy City Design International Congress 2022 wants to hear from you

To return, or not to return? That is not the question

In the aftermath of the pandemic, should teams come back to the office? Should real estate footprints be reduced to save money? Organisations are weighing up productivity gains against employee wellbeing and company culture