Posts tagged 'office'

Physical office space is indispensible, concludes survey

The death of the office may have been a short-lived and heavily rebutted theory to come from the coronavirus outbreak, but there are plenty of

Opinion

How to make a return to the office more palatable for employees

As the UK continues to ease restrictions on lockdown, the question of whether non-essential employees, who are able to work from home, should return to

Opinion
Anna Shvets|||

Is the hot-desking project over?

While, in general, the media frames the intangible countdown to the end of lockdown as celebratory, as if a release from an unjust prison sentence,

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Back to work: design solutions for the post-COVID-19 office

It was over seven weeks ago when Boris Johnson, in a then daily COVID-19 television briefing, announced that the UK was going into a state

Design
Vitra|||

The home working experiment: how office use may change post COVID-19

In addition to the tragic toll on human life, the onset of COVID-19 has forced many of us to quickly adapt to remote working. Although

Opinion
Chris Benson|||

The future of work: Here’s why agile working might be the new norm

With countries going into lockdown one by one in response to the rapid spread of COVID‐19, businesses are having to juggle protecting employees and broader

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Workplaces that work

Suddenly everyone’s talking employee experience. And about time. Leesman have developed tools to measure employee effectiveness We’ve long since known that engaged employees invest more

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Farfetch gets a giant ‘urban neighbourhood’ for its Los Angeles workspace

Studiofibre’s latest LA ‘Urban Neighbourhood’ marks the continuation of a long-standing collaboration between the studio and online retail brand Farfetch. “We are excited about our

Interiors
Laura Alexandra.|||

The future is female: Will Bumble’s HQ set an example in gendered office spaces?

Companies often seek to immortalise their brand in bricks and mortar through the establishment of their headquarters. But what happens when a brand’s identity is so

Interiors
Gareth Gardner|||

Gensler designs a new London home for publisher Hearst

“Whenever we approach an office project, it’s not just about changing the space,” says Christopher Crawford, senior associate at Gensler Europe on its reimagining of

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