Posts tagged 'technology'

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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

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Inside Vodafone’s London HQ, the Internet of Things is key to improving wellbeing

Now more than ever, data drives us forward. Today, in offices across the world businesses work with more information at their fingertips than we could

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Data-driven workplaces will change the face of office design

The impact of your workplace decision-making is far reaching and can often have substantial financial implications. Getting your workspace right can be a gamechanger for

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Quality water provision with peace of mind for office managers nationwide

From responsive lighting and interactive break rooms to instant filtered drinking water systems, modern offices are full of mod-cons designed to make employees’ work-life as

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Inside OnOffice August: XYZ Issue, about technology and generational change at work

Time-travel into the distant future or long-gone past as you flick through our XYZ issue, spanning past, present and future of office design. Highlighting the

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One Year In: Inside Fuse, the innovation hub of law firm Allen & Overy

Jump Studios designed a collaborative new space for Fuse, the tech innovation project within law firm Allen & Overy. We find out how it’s working,

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The technology with the potential to replace WiFi and revolutionise the office

Every workplace knows the value of LED lighting – though it was first invented in the 1960s, it has really come into its own in

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Driving creativity and collaboration at the Rolls-Royce office

Rolls-Royce is one of the most famous names in engineering. Despite being established over 100 years ago, the company is striving to deliver clean and safe

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Inside OnOffice May: The Modern Issue

The word “modern” finds its origin from the Latin modo meaning “just now”. In Shakespearean plays, it conveyed the “every-day, ordinary, commonplace”, and by 1808

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Classic tailoring meets contemporary workplace in Dunhill’s office by MoreySmith

Split over multiple floors of a Regency terrace, squashed together in cellular offices, sitting at a mix of furniture, and with little natural light. This

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