architecture

sustainability

Cambridge institute plans ‘world’s first’ in sustainable office refits

Is the most sustainable building the one that already exists? A joint team from Cambridge University and architects BDP believe they are on the brink of a breakthrough

Welcome to the future: Milan’s milestone office development

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the ground-breaking for a new European office project that strikes all the right notes in terms of light, air, community, nature, timber – and zero carbon

Design in the age of crisis: creative ideas take flight

Architects and designers have responded to an open call from the London Design Biennale and Chatham House to generate radical ideas that will reshape our working world

Fed up with working from home? Try a hotel room

With business travel and tourism in freefall, hotels are now catering for locals with new workplace service offers. The key term: workspitality

If you can’t find the right building, print it instead

From an out-of-this-world project on the moon to the future workplace in Dubai, the age of the 3D printed office building is coming closer

David Adjaye: designing for meaning, memory and learning

Global architect David Adjaye has won the RIBA Royal Gold Medal for 2021. In this exclusive WORKTECH Academy interview, he explains why we need to secularise sacred space

Will the Japanese workplace advance or retreat after Covid-19?

New practices introduced as a direct result of the pandemic could lead to a long-term shift in how Japanese companies flex towards new ways of working, according to a major report

Design in the age of crisis: call for radical thinking

In our weekly WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at a new initiative from the London Design Biennale and Chatham House to encourage architects and designers to generate new ideas that will reshape our working world