It is well known that some workers use drugs to enhance performance, but could workspace design itself be viewed as a pharmacological intervention to change behaviour? New research is heading that way
In the debate about better wellbeing solving the productivity crisis, could greater employee participation in workplace design be an answer? A new study suggests it can
New scientific research explains why curved lines might be more appropriate in some office environments while angular and rectilinear forms might work better in other situations
This white paper by Area, a company in the Fourfront Group, addresses the continuing search for productivity, and creates an opportunity for organisations to reflect on how they can make changes towards a more productive workforce
It is not just the millennials driving change: the rest of the workforce have come to expect more flexible, adaptable working environments with better amenities, according to an Aramark white paper
From easily adaptable spaces to beer gardens and classrooms, the new Thames Tower building is designed to inspire and provoke collaboration. Recruitment firm Austin Fraser are the first tenants of this new space created by Area.
Space design isn’t the only factor in improving intelligent collaboration, says Canadian expert Peter Smit, a speaker at WORKTECH Toronto 2016. His collaboration wheel spins through the issues
Do you want to engage with the future of work by studying the subject in more detail? The Academy presents two exciting design research opportunities for students