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
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
This WORKTECH briefing looks at the latest plans by Amazon to create a community-friendly campus, the rise of the consumer office and the role of acoustics in increasing productivity
Workplace wellbeing is clearly understood at the personal employee level, but less so when it comes to translating policies into company performance. A new report from 360 Workplace sets out to crack the code
Recent obsession with squeezing office space has been cruelly exposed by the coronavirus crisis. Young Lee explains how social distancing rules can easily be managed within standard social norms. Is it time to revisit office protocols?
Public health experts are increasingly looking at change in working practices as the key to unlock the potential for urban wellbeing - as the 2018 Healthy City Design Congress will explore
From high performing teams to cultivating psychologically safe environments, athletes and academics raced to discuss the importance of wellbeing in the workplace at the WELLNESS 18 conference
Dubai has adopted smart technology that can measure utilisation of space and decide who we should meet at work. But why is it falling behind on wellbeing? WORKTECH Dubai brought the experts together to debate the big issues