Posts tagged 'employees'

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Stuck in the past: real world offices

Elizabeth Choppin gets the lowdown on why, in the real world, the majority of offices in the UK are slow to adopt new ways of

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Gill Parker on opportunities in a downturn

Gill Parker, joint managing director of BDGworkfutures, explains how office design can aid staff morale while we wait for the tide to turn. Major downturns in

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Microsoft’s Dutch HQ by Sevil Peach

Microsoft embarks on a radical no designated desk, no set working hours experiment in its new Dutch HQ  For some, the deep-rooted power of a

Interiors

Centre stage

The work of Belfast-based Hackett Hall McKnight does a lot to answer the question of whether great architecture is happening in the far corners of

Projects

A fine finnish

Finnish architect Jukka Halminen is refreshingly honest when quizzed on a design detail of this Helsinki office. “I don’t really remember why we used yellow,”

Projects
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Nip/ tuck

Operating under the moniker OfficeLifting, architects at Berlin-based practice raumteam:92 are responding to that infamous “efficient” German stereotype in kind. Since the 1990s Germany’s capital

Projects
Syringe benifits

Syringe benefits

Words by Michael Willoughby British firm Scott Brownrigg Interior Design has created the new offices for medical company BD in Oxford. Michael Willoughby went to

Projects
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A Box with a Soft Centre

Walker & Martin’s headquarters for British car-leasing company Lex is a refurbished building in Stockport that celebrates interaction in the workplace, and it’s making people

Projects

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