"Ch-ch-ch-ch changes..." sang David Bowie in 1971. And flexibly designed office spaces, equipment and furniture that enable easy ch-ch-changes to meet ch-ch-changing needs look set to be top of the office-design pops in 2020.
"Sometimes... all I need is the air that I breathe...". Those great lyrics by the Hollies were from 1974. But today, the air breathed by workers in many offices is making people ill, so designing for better air quality is a must.
Shakin’ Stevens sang about the green door in 1981. However, in 2020, it's green doors, walls, floors, furniture, lighting and more that will be making crowds happy as sustainability becomes more evident in every aspect of office design
Move over Big Brother! In 2030, workplaces will be sentient, with ‘Big Boss’ monitoring your every move, message and mood change!
The 'Best of the Best' office project for 2019 was announced at the BCO's recent National Awards, but it was two of the category winners that really piqued our interest.
‘Analytics’ often relates to tracking websites or social media use, but now analytics systems are being created to measure people’s use of office space too.
Discover the 10 factors most likely to diminish workplace productivity – and how at least half of these issues can be easily solved through improved office design.
More and more organisations are discovering that creating dedicated space for learning has benefits on wide range of levels.
Enjoy a video tour of the office announced as the Best Corporate Workplace in London at the BCO Annual Regional Awards 2019.
Noise from colleagues' conversations and other sources negatively affects people's ability to do their job accurately and efficiently. But we can help...