In the last year or so, wellbeing has emerged as one of the key topics in workplace design. Unfortunately though, it is still common to
OnOffice: Please tell me how Stanton Williams came to design the Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children. Kalpesh Intwala: Stanton Williams appointed
Change doesn’t come easily. Indeed, research often cited by McKinsey & Company – and countless other groups – suggests that organisations’ change programmes fail to
A nationwide survey has revealed that Generation Z workers, aged 18 to 24 place a much higher premium on their work environment than previous generations.
Are you satisfied with your workspace? If the answer is no, you’re not alone. 68% of Britain’s workforce feels that their offices are the reason
The global workforce is more mobile than ever and is forcing a major reassessment of the corporate workplace industry. Recent research by IWG found that
If you rely on a strong cup of coffee on the morning to get you going in the office, you are not alone. Up to
Millennials in the UK are rejecting work from potential employers due to the poor and ‘uninspiring’ office design, according to a new study. The survey
Much has been written recently extolling the virtues of employee-centred workplace design, but there has been very little serious research backing the trend. The result
With the average age of the workforce on the rise, the office of the future will be much more multi-generational. Rachel Calton visited the RCA’s
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