The new Bloomberg HQ building in London scored 98.5% against the BREEAM sustainability assessment – a world record for an office building at the design stage.
According to a new report by Leesman, 46% of employees in the UK say their workplace does not allow them to work productively. This means that approximately 1.3 million employees in the UK believe their office is not fit for purpose!
In recent years, employers have become increasingly aware of the benefit of investing in the wellbeing of their employees. But many don’t yet understand the impact that loneliness can have on an employee’s health.
Architect Norman Foster, who designed Apple's new headquarters, says office designs need to be flexibile enough to meet the needs of today… and those of tomorrow.
With a fourfold rise in over 65s by 2050, office design must consider the needs of an ageing workforce, and ensure their health and wellbeing is supported.
67% of SMEs said Internet connectivity was their biggest obstacle to productivity, when asked in a recent survey about the problems they commonly face.
When it comes to office design, employees would prefer reliable, modern technology to a wacky office environment, according to a recent study.
A range of studies into the role and value of art in the workplace have found a surprising array of business benefits.
Rising demand for office space along the south coast – and the lack of new office development – is leading to an increasing amount of office refurbishment.
We were delighted to be offered the opportunity to get involved in a recent charity auction for the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity.