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This year's 'most read' onoffice features

 It's always interesting to see which articles onoffice readers want to read. This year, it seems to be the evolution…
19 Dec 2014

Levent Caglar on the new FEMB 'Green' mark

Following the launch of the European Federation of Office Furniture's new sustainability standard, the senior ergonomist at the Furniture Industry…
08 Dec 2014

Cut copying now, not later, says Dids Macdonald

ACID CEO Dids Macdonald writes on changes in copyright law that could shake up the industry, which she says can't…
01 Dec 2014

City campuses by O’Donnell + Tuomey, SOM and Morphosis

The urban student experience can be disjointed, with work, rest and play located miles apart, but new university buildings are…
24 Nov 2014

Insularity breeds contempt

For decades, UK furniture manufacturers thought that in-house design was the way to work - but with lack of innovation…
07 Oct 2013

Going Public by Aberrant Architecture

Aberrant Architecture's Kevin Haley and David Chambers are well equipped to write about working on the move, not just because…
02 Sep 2013

Safety Catch: Is office furniture over-regulated?

US furniture makers say our regulations are so stringent they stifle innovation, while the lumbering pace of EU legislation can’t…
22 Jul 2013

62 Buckingham Gate vs. The Buckley Building

The internet transformed the way we lead our lives completely and permanently. Suddenly, everything from groceries to a package holiday…
24 Jun 2013

Go Retro

Making our existing corporate building stock more sustainable is much more pressing issue than creating new space; two London projects…
18 Feb 2013

Art at Work

Fun, edgy and personalised artwork is an extension of corporate branding – and it’s not just younger creative companies that…
21 Jan 2013

Design Post examined

Why buy a stand at a trade fair when you can stay year-round next door? Cologne’s Design Post is the…
22 Nov 2012

The Science of Work: Evidence-based design examined

Proving a credible link between human performance and the built environment is architect’s next big frontier. Is the research-led approach…
19 Oct 2012

Double standard

One man’s fake is another man’s replica. As the furore of over UK copyright laws has morphed into tangible reform,…
15 Aug 2012

Happiness in the workplace

The New Economics Foundation’s Happy Planet Index taught us that income and wellbeing are not intrinsically linked – and now…
24 Jul 2012

Mobile working and the Olympics

There won’t be any gold medals for commuters who make it in to work despite the Olympic transport chaos.  Despite…
24 Jul 2012

Keep taking the tablets

With new technology comes new working postures, many of them less than favourable. Add to that a certain loosening of…
13 Apr 2012

In the ascent

Local identity is never harder to find than inside an international airport, but emphasis is shifting away from the generic…
15 Feb 2012

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