Katrina Kostic Samen, this year’s British Council for Offices conference chair, says she has been “living and breathing” the 2018 annual get- together since last
The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) hosted its fifth annual conference on Thursday 16 June at the Royal Geographical Society. Entitled ‘Interior Identities’, this
The Workplace Trends Conference, now in its 10th year, focuses on the examination of new ways of working, taking into account technological advances, socio-demographics, social
The Sleep Event is coming up in November, with 150 international companies already booked in to exhibit including first timers Kaldewei UK, Lasvit and Thomas
Decamping to a derelict screen-printing warehouse in arty uptown Minneapolis represented something of a homecoming for local firm Mono. Company founder Chris Lange had spent
Hierarchy is dying at work and Tom Vecchione, director of workplace strategy for Gensler Design and Planning, sees architects and interior designers working much more
George Gottl likes to talk about the dream-like quality of his work and that of the design agency he co-runs, Uxus. Step into his office
Words by Monique Nelson eOffice in Birmingham is the latest in a series of serviced workspaces for hire, fitted out by London-based design practice Assemblyroom.