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Why Bloomberg’s London office is in a class of its own
Against all expectation, the top award in British architecture, the RIBA Stirling Prize, has been given to an office block. But this Foster-designed workplace project defies the odds in so many ways
Designed for wellness: how a wellbeing focus could reshape the workplace
What drives the growing focus on workplace wellbeing? And how might this focus redirect workplace design? An event by Milliken and WORKTECH Academy put the wellness trend to the vote
The Qualified Self: time to give older employees a helping hand
Digital technology is helping health-conscious millennials to track every move they make. What about adapting the Quantified Self movement to give the ageing workforce its own platform?
The blended workplace: Singapore shakes up a trio of ingredients
How can culture, technology and space be regarded in equal measure in the workplace of the future? The WORKTECH Singapore 2018 conference took a closer look at how organisations are responding to change
Clouding the workforce: a blueprint for the future of cloud computing
How are new ways of working evolving in an era of hyper-connection? Rob Wilkinson looks at the real estate implications of adopting cloud computing in an ‘Internet of Workplace’
Productivity on a plate: can food play a part in raising workplace performance?
How can food transform the workplace experience? And what tangible metrics can organisations draw from implementing outstanding food services? A new whitepaper from Aramark looks at potential productivity savings
Autumn reset: three big ideas organisations are mulling over this September
Summer’s over and the autumn work grind has clicked back into action. Suddenly everyone is dusting off the big ideas to make working life more bearable
Designing healthier cities: why the workplace is now the pivotal issue
Access to clean air, green spaces, fresh food and safe homes matter to making our cities healthier. But increasingly, public health officials are looking at changes in working practices as the key to unlock the potential for urban wellbeing
Where the wild things aren’t: how the workplace can learn from the zoo
How can the zoo teach us to create more humane workplaces? Ari Kepnes of workplace occupancy company Density looks at how organisations can benefit from adaptive and flexible workplaces