Posts Tagged: Open Office

The Future of the Office and Office Workers

The BCFA has published its major new report into the future of the office and office workers. According to the report findings, the seismic change in the way we work now is here to stay but the future will be a mix of people working from home and at the office. This ‘new norm’ of… Read More >

15 October 2020

Camira’s Ocean-waste fabric at Deutsche Bahn’s headquarters

Camira Fabrics have exciting news to share – Oceanic – Camira’s first textile to include marine plastic waste – has been chosen by Europe’s largest railway operator, Deutsche Bahn, for inclusion in its brand-new, eco-friendly office suites. Based in Cube Berlin, Deutsche Bahn’s new home has been heralded as Europe’s smartest office thanks to its… Read More >

8 October 2020

Open Office: A Happy and Healthy Return to Work

Navigating through this time of crisis, and the unknown future of workplace design, Ocee Design draws on the knowledge gained from a vast and diverse network of global clients, expert collaborations and architects to understand better the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it will have on how office spaces are designed in… Read More >

21 September 2020

Webinar: Open Office

Open Office authors, Lynn Kingdon, Craig Knight and Steve Haskins discuss their Design Insider articles The Creative Office, Managers Control Happiness and Office Space & Brand Identity. Watch the webinar in full below: Lynn Kingdon Head of Creative @Camira As Head of Creative at Camira, Lynn is the driving force behind the contract design team at Camira. With an eye… Read More >

21 September 2020

Open Office: How do people want to work?

In August 2020 Norwegian furniture company Flokk invited Leesman CEO Tim Oldman to present the findings of his company’s recent survey asking workers fundamental questions on how their working life has been during the pandemic. Joined in a webinar by workplace consultant & professional ergonomist Kirsty Angerer, the two guests spoke at length about the… Read More >

21 September 2020