Berlin film studio campus transformation wins top green award
A spectacular and sustainable site on the edge of Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport has won a major accolade for urban regeneration at this year’s MIPIM Awards, held in Cannes
Gallic chic: is this the most beautiful office in the world?
As more companies mandate their people back to the office, a French creative agency shows how to make a more compelling offer to employees with a stunning restoration of a 19th century ballroom
The Great Refurb: why office remodelling is on the agenda
As more organisations set about redesigning their workplaces for the hybrid era, what are the key themes that are driving attention and investment?
WORKTECH event series on future of work celebrates 20-year milestone
Launched at the British Library in 2003, the WORKTECH conference has reached more than 40 cities after two decades of inspiration and expansion
The Frank Lloyd Wright office towers that never were
Brilliant new renderings of unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright office towers show how advanced his vision was and set the bar for today’s architects of tall buildings to match
Question of focus: how can office design address new priorities?
What’s holding people back from returning to the office? New U.S data tracked by global design firm Gensler explores how employee priorities are changing in favour of supporting individual work
Seven design thinking principles that will help hybrid work succeed
Too much technology integration for the hybrid workplace is currently missing the mark. A novel approach by Canada’s ET Group uses design thinking to develop more human-centred solutions
The designed experience: what works and why we are in thrall
In a working world of greater individual choice, designing a better experience for employees has become an urgent priority. A new book explains how the transformative power of experience can be unleashed