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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

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

How London’s 22 Bishopsgate is setting a new workspace agenda

London's newest tower wants occupiers in its ‘vertical village’ to think differently about office space – and it has commissioned five design teams to generate alternative ideas

Top design installation that transcended the Trump Wall

What won the Design Museum’s top prize for outstanding design in 2020? A see-saw for children to connect across the US-Mexico border

Only connect: the evolution of the networked office

As organisations future-gaze to the next era of the workplace, this first instalment of three in a series on the networked office looks at the evolution of workplace design and how a holistic approach can build future resilience

Can we reinvent commuting to boost worker wellbeing?

Office districts are struggling as employees continue to shun crowded public transport. But what if a ‘well commute’ concept could revolutionise regular travel into the city centre?

Back from the brink: what happens next for corporate real estate?

As news of a vaccine raises hopes of economic recovery, our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at what will happen to the shape of workplace strategy in a post-pandemic world of work

Business-to-business products set to support older workers

As more companies realise the benefits of retaining and supporting an older workforce, is there now a growing market for B2B (business to business) innovations for the silver-tech workplace?