Unworking conference highlights six considerations for the future workplace

Unfolding over two days, the Unworking conference returned to London for a second year to look at the latest innovations across two themes: smart technology and workplace experience

Canary Wharf’s struggles symbolised by financial deal to redesign offices

Will the sweetener paid to refurbish the European headquarters of US bank Morgan Stanley in London Docklands set a precedent? The workplace industry hopes it will

Resetting the standard: why the average workplace falls short for hybrid workers

New data from Leesman reveals that experience, not presence, should be the key focus for employees in the future hybrid workplace

Kasia Maynard: new head of editorial and research joins Academy

Newly-created senior post is part of a long-term plan to significantly enhance the content-creation capabilities of WORKTECH Academy

Lessons from the BMW factory design that said all workers are equal

Two decades after Zaha Hadid unveiled her plans for BMW’s plant in Leipzig, which elevated the car production line over the heads of office workers, we’re still studying the message that it sent

World leader in lighting joins Academy as Global Partner

How will lighting shape the future of work? Signify has joined WORKTECH Academy as a Global Partner to share its expertise, resources and ideas with our professional network

London Art Deco heritage office set to become life sciences hub

The conversion of a listed Bloomsbury Square office building into a lab-enabled space for start-ups and big pharma reflects a wider trend toward investment in healthcare-related real estate

Health and work: can we design a more interconnected approach?

Workplace wellbeing has moved up the agenda since the pandemic, but are we addressing the issue in sufficient depth? Adrianse explores a more holistic framework for health and work in new article series