Retrofitting commercial buildings will be critical to meet net zero targets and should be considered a strategic investment. In this article, Fagerhult looks at the key role of lighting in energy performance
From a ‘flight to character’ to the envy office and the orange economy, WORKTECH Academy’s report, The World of Work in 2024, presents 20 new directions to spot as the year unfolds
If 2023 was a year in which attempts to establish a new normal in the workplace were undermined by uncertainty, 2024 promises a keener focus on key themes, say forecasts for the year ahead
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
Compact, walkable neighbourhoods can be great places to live and work – but research suggests the 15-minute city is not easy to define. Can this urban concept avoid being labelled as a threat to liberty?
This year’s flagship WORKTECH London event explored how cities can bounce back, where next for digital transformation, how we can reach net zero buildings and what works in workplace experience
The opening of Azabudair Hills in Japan’s capital marks the culmination of a 30-year regeneration project led by developer Mori and featuring public realm design by UK firm Heatherwick Studio
A new survey from the Urban Land Institute and PwC shows that sustainability is set to be the biggest factor in real-estate transactions but uncertainty still clouds the future for the sector