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Rozz Bar shares how to design a workplace for the new post-Covid landscape

Early last year, architect Roz Barr designed Bureau, a members’ club and workspace in London’s Design District. Then Covid hit. Here Barr shares what she has learned

Opinion
9 March 2022
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Long Read: What workplace design can learn from higher education facilities

The typical pre-pandemic office design won’t get a passing grade in the workplace of the future. But there is hope for more positive performance marks

Opinion
1 March 2022
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Working from home was the dream but is it still a job perk?

Now that we’re also working from home, where do we have left to escape to?

Opinion
22 February 2022
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Why putting people at the centre of office design can help fight the Great Resignation

How can businesses tackle this looming crisis? The answer lies with people. It’s time to start listening to what employees want, both in their working lives and when it comes to what their workplace can offer them, says Jitesh Patel, CEO of Peldon Rose 

Opinion
15 February 2022
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Creating a private and secure workplace in the metaverse

The metaverse is one of the latest technologies sweeping across the business world

Opinion
7 February 2022
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Are destination offices the new norm?

The workplace team at Todd Architects explain why ‘destination offices’ are quickly becoming a top trend within workplace design with increased emphasis on hybrid working in the wake of Covid-19

Opinion
2 February 2022
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LABS shares 5 workplace trends to watch in 2022

Looking ahead to 2022, OnOffice shares five workplace trends to watch out for this year as chosen by Matt Watts, Chief Commercial Officer at LABS 

Opinion
25 January 2022

The benefits of a four-day work week

As the UK launches a four-day work week pilot, a six-month long programme beginning in June with around 30 businesses participating, we explore the benefits of a shorter working week

Opinion
20 January 2022
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Andrew Mcmullan on the power picnic

As we rethink the workspace in our post-pandemic rush towards a biophilic future, then perhaps it’s time to reconsider the power lunch too

Opinion
12 January 2022
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Why the future commute needs a heightened focus on people’s experiences

Post-pandemic working will not trigger a mass exodus from the cities, but the systems that help us to negotiate our way there must change

Opinion
4 January 2022

How can we design spaces today that will influence a better tomorrow for everyone?

Conversations about equity, diversity, and inclusivity have been ongoing ever since a series of movements and events shed light on the societal gap. The built environment presents an opportunity to spur change and progress –which turns our eyes toward intentional design

Opinion
23 December 2021

The 7 habits of a highly effective workplace strategy

As we all wrestle with hybrid ways of working, Instant’s predictions this year focus on how we can make this new approach habitual

Opinion
10 December 2021

Top tips for open office etiquette

How to get the best out of your employees with an open office plan

Opinion
3 December 2021

Ronald Lu & Partners on the necessity of nature in skyrises

Director of Sustainable Design of Ronald Lu & Partners, MK Leung, discusses biophilic design in high-density urban environments

Opinion
2 December 2021

10 ‘lockdown-beating’ tips to avert back pain

To mark Backcare Awareness Week, leading UK back-pain-prevention expert and Health Ergonomist Nichola Adams offers practical advice on coping with the growing challenges of working from home

Opinion
23 November 2021

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