Posts Tagged: Wellbeing

Mental Health Setting by Knightsbridge Furniture

Finding furniture that’s suited to a variety of challenging environments can be a struggle. Ensuring models are safe and functional, yet stylish to support an effective and therapeutic environment is key. [Find Knightsbridge Furniture on the BCFA Product Finder] Optional weighting for tables, chairs and settees In order to prevent the risk of patients lifting… Read More >

20 October 2022

Tektura Mural’s Featured in Ideagen Offices

Nottingham-based Ideagen provide information management programmes for clients such as the NHS and Heineken.  Their new £2 million state-of-the-art headquarters covers 30,000 square feet, and includes room for 350 desks, along with breakout and collaborative areas.  [Find Tektura on the BCFA Product Finder] The space has a contemporary, industrial feel but is also focused on wellness.  The design and fitout… Read More >

28 September 2021

Design LSM Create Stylish Social Space for 22 Bishopsgate – the UK’s First Wellbeing Building

DesignLSM’s latest project sees the award-winning company implement the interior design for the food and dining areas on Level 2 at 22 Bishopsgate. The new, people-focused workplace destination can accommodate a community of up to 12,000 residents and visitors. Designed to put user experience and human interaction at its core, 22 Bishopsgate is the first… Read More >

24 August 2021

Dulux Trade – Designing for Dementia

Dulux Trade is furthering its commitment to provide colour and design support to enable the step-change necessary in the provision of environments for an ageing UK population and supporting people living with dementia.  The Dulux Trade Occupant Centred Colour and Design (OCCD) hub showcases industry leading initiatives, piloted alongside industry partners, furthering ideas around the… Read More >

27 May 2021

Finding sanctuary in the city with Oliver Heath

Interior design practice Oliver Heath Design, industry leaders in biophilic design and sustainability, are once again leading the way in bringing together the idea of re-connecting individuals with nature and using a sustainable and eco-friendly design approach. With a focus on occupant wellbeing and biophilia flourishing among the design world, Oliver Heath Design has recently… Read More >

9 July 2019

The greatest wealth is health

Tim Armitt, Managing Director at Lyndon, explains why it’s more important than ever for designers to create environments that are conducive to good health and wellbeing. Health and wellbeing are hot topics across all walks of life. From the food we eat to daily mindfulness, meditation and yoga practices, it seems like everyone is hitched… Read More >

20 May 2019

Design Assembly South

Yesterday Edge Design joined forces with Hampshire based Spectrum Workplace at Design Assembly South to provide a day of CPD seminars, an opportunity for those in commercial interiors to hear the most up to date thinking from industry leaders. “After the success of Design Assembly events in other parts of the country, we identified there… Read More >

26 April 2017

Conquering the myths of office Acoustics

Acoustics has been voted as one of the biggest annoyances in the office! So we caught up with Ros Lambert-Porter who has been working with Ocee Design to discuss Acoustics in the workplace. We go through the myths and common misconceptions surrounding acoustics in the workplace… Could your office benefit from acoustics solutions? if so… Read More >

24 June 2016

RESEARCH REVEALS POOR OFFICE DESIGN IS AFFECTING UK WORKERS’ PRODUCTIVITY

EMEA office workers who work in environments with natural elements, such as greenery and sunlight, report a 13 per cent higher level of well-being New research on EMEA office spaces has found that the UK’s nature-starved offices are significantly impacting the health and well-being of workers, increasing levels of stress and limiting productivity. Commissioned by… Read More >

21 October 2014