We are often told that working from home is more eco-friendly than working at the office, but is that really the case? Individual habits appear to be the deciding factor
This WORKTECH Academy Briefing looks at new research from The Economist Intelligence Unit showing a mixed picture on company productivity – and at designer efforts to go greener
As the COP 26 conference on climate change finally gets underway, Arup and the C40 network of global cities are presenting inspiring examples of what can be achieved in 11 world cities
From biophilia and quality air flow to colour and textures, this poem – rooted in the academic research – looks at the ten considerations of workplace design
The attack on the Twin Towers 20 years ago did not lead to the demise of tall buildings. Instead, skyscraper construction is booming. Several trends now shape the rise of the ‘supertall'
As changing work patterns begin to influence the future health and sustainability of our urban spaces, Healthy City Design International Congress 2021 will set an agenda for radical change
Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new Californian study which signals a shift in the power balance in the workplace as employees demand healthier and greener environments
If you’ve got new workplace research, projects or ideas to share that can make our cities more sustainable and healthy, then the Healthy City Design International Congress wants to hear from you