Posts Tagged: WOrkspace

What would your dream office be?

During Clerkenwell Design Week we interviewed some of the top designers in workplace design to find out what the growing trends in the office are. As you would expect ‘wellbeing’ is the buzz word with lots of products now focusing more than ever on ergonomics. We also asked our interviewees what their dream office space… Read More >

13 June 2016

One Football, Berlin, Germany – Silent Gliss

TKEZ architecture & design, Munich HKR Raumausstattung GmbH, Stahnsdorf The One Football headquarters in Berlin is among the “10 coolest office spaces” and the 6 top start-ups in Berlin. Founded 2008, the company employs a team of 90 programmers and designers delivering applications and services to a global football community. TKEZ architecture & design from Munich was contracted… Read More >

23 May 2016

Panel Plan- Space is Everything

The undoubted crossover between different sectors, the use of traditional ‘open’ spaces (such as lobbies, hallways, corridors) and the interaction, social or work-related, that takes place in them is, we believe at Panel Plan, a direct result of the need to maximise every last square inch of space. ‘In my 35 years in the industry,… Read More >

8 March 2016

Goodbye 9-5

FLEXIBLE WORKING PRACTICES HELP RETAIN AND ATTRACT STAFF New ways of working are being fuelled by employees desire to take greater control of their lives. Over three-quarters (77%) of respondents in a survey by YouGov for Virgin Media Business said that remote working helps them address their work-life balance and almost four in five employees (78%) believe… Read More >

3 June 2014

How Does Big Data Effect the Workplace

BIG DATA IS SHAPING THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE WITHIN BUILDINGS As the cost of implementation comes down, the same “Smart” technology that is harnessing the predictive power of “Big Data” to help solve congestion problems in cities is being more routinely deployed in buildings. The Changing Face of Smart Buildings: The Op-Ex Advantage, published by Jones Lang… Read More >

4 March 2014