Posts tagged 'people'

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Do new workplaces work?

Change doesn’t come easily. Indeed, research often cited by McKinsey & Company – and countless other groups – suggests that organisations’ change programmes fail to

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Designer of this month’s OnObject Mireille Wehbe explains her design ethos

In December’s issue of OnOffice, Mireille Wehbe’s ceramic thali features as the month’s OnObject. Here, she goes into detail about her process and work. OnOffice:

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Award-winning architecture practice Knox Bhavan reveal their tips for workplace wellbeing

What’s the office culture like at Knox Bhavan? We aim to foster a working, teaching and learning environment that is inclusive, respectful, inventive and responsible


Making disability in the workplace more visible

A number of senior Scottish business leaders, artists and campaigners will join Jamie Hepburn MSP, the Minister for Business, Fair Work and Skills at an


Peter Murray on London: Neighbourhood watcher

I was reminded of Abercrombie’s wonderful amoebic map showing London’s communities when I read recently that British Land had bought the Woolwich Estate in east


Ken Shuttleworth on greening the gherkin

Make architects has a new office in Fitzrovia and more than 20 projects in progress including the controversial 5 Broadgate for Swiss bank UBS. So


Q&A: Vitra’s Josef Kaiser talks to onoffice

After six years working for Vitra in the US, Josef Kaiser has returned to the European fold to head up the Swiss firm’s office division.


Q&A with Javier Mariscal

Since the early 1980s, Spanish designer Javier Mariscal has been known for his expressive flair for colour, movement and personality. onoffice caught up with him

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Brodie Neill: the computer-aided craftsman

Complex and curvilinear, Made in Ratio’s debut collection fused digital design with hand-making. Now, its Australian-born, London-based designer is heading to Milan with a new

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GamFratesi: Strength in balance

As guests of honour at Stockholm Furniture Fair, GamFratesi took ‘balance’ as a theme – an apt concept for a studio that pairs Scandinavian craftsmanship



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