Designing for wellbeing means putting people before infrastructure. In the final article in our series with design firm Adrianse on health and work, we explore the benefits of creating a sense of place and belonging
Designing for a more diverse workforce must go deeper than providing ramps for wheelchairs. In the latest in our series on health and work with Adrianse, we explore the wellbeing benefits of being welcomed and respected
What is the effect of introducing wood finishes in your workplace? New research from Finland builds on a wealth of positive scientific evidence showing that worker stress levels can be reduced
In the third of our series with Area on designing a better workplace experience, we look at three companies which are operating in different markets but sharing the same people-centric values
The links between biophilic design and human health are today well understood. But could a deeper engagement with natural systems through biomorphism generate greater wellbeing at work?
Hybrid working offers more choice to employees but is complex to manage. The second in an article series with Adrianse looks at the challenge of creating a more holistic connection between health and work
The return to the office has been slow to gather pace. Can a lighting control system that interacts with workplace navigation help to maximise employee time spent in the office?
What create a memorable event with universal appeal? In the first of a three-part series on designing a better workplace experience, we report on the findings of a special creative workshop