Posts tagged 'Health and wellbeing'

What is burnout and why does it matter?

Why the World Health Organization is so concerned about burnout and what you need to know As awareness about the impact of the workplace on

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5 ideas for positive tech practices

Technology can be an incredible tool if you manage it. Kaye Preston, Founder of Designers Mind, shares her top tips with OnOffice During the pandemic,

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This New York office shows how to design for health and wellbeing in the workplace

Fintech company nate unveils its new headquarters in New York that’s designed to foster self-care and innovation Set in the heart of New York City

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Managing burnout in the A&D industry

Many in the architecture industry suffer from burnout. Professionals have reported struggling with unrealistic deadlines, compressed schedules and long hours, alongside inadequate fees and poor

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How community gardening impacts health and wellbeing

Eleanor Brough of Sarah Wigglesworth Architects will be exploring the benefits of collective gardening on the 13th April at [email protected] At Sarah Wigglesworth Architects we


Holistic architect brings harmony to the workplace with new book

Australian architect Christina Kim takes a holistic approach to architecture which integrates the mind, body, and soul Christina Kim was an established architect working with


Camira launches antimicrobial textile treatment effective against viruses and bacteria

Camira StaySafe is an effective safeguard measure to help prevent the person-to-person spread of both viruses and bacteria UK-based fabric manufacturer Camira has just announced


Inside LinkedIn’s London headquarters

A year ago, LinkedIn decided to move its London headquarters from Oxford Circus to Farringdon, taking over The Ray Farringdon, the former offices of The


Active standing with maximum comfort: muvman by aeris

The active sit-stand chair is designed to accompany height-adjustable desks, ensuring health and wellbeing at standing desks We now know that sitting continuously isn’t good


Two-legged chair: health and wellness 2.0?

Benoit Malta, who recently graduated from the Ecole Boulle in Paris, has designed a two-legged chair to promote the health and wellbeing of the user.



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