Successfully branded environments can express the values and ethos of a brand through a unique and sensory combination of materiality, light, color, shape, programming, art, graphic design, and more.
Workplaces that are flexible, well-connected, and consider employees’ individual working styles and needs will foster a sense of belonging, and ultimately help an organization to move the dial on diversity in an inclusive and positive way.
By definition, an agile work environment is a workplace that accommodates the changing needs of employees. A single space might serve numerous purposes at various times for a number of different groups of people. The ability to quickly move in and out of these spaces is what makes them agile.
From a design perspective, technology enables us to create different zones in our commercial interiors at the click of a button.
Sustainable design is responsible design. It creates attractive and functional spaces that elevate the human experience and people’s health without compromising the condition and wellbeing of the planet.
While the importance of workplace wellbeing has been a hot topic in office design over the past few years, COVID-19 has highlighted how crucial wellbeing can be on workplace effectiveness.
The sudden rise of remote working due to the pandemic has prompted many companies to re-evaluate their space requirements, and economic uncertainty has placed a greater importance on flexibility. How are you rethinking your office space?
As we move into 2021, the theme of flexibility, both in terms of workspace and time management, will be key in ensuring high employee engagement, productivity and retention of top talent. Are you ready?
COVID-19. #StayHome. Social-isolation. These, amongst a few other terms, have been trending for weeks across social media channels. We doubt we will forget these any time soon, as the coronavirus …