Adaptive reuse: defining new purpose for existing buildings
Ever since buildings have been built, they have been repurposed. How can existing building assets remain relevant in a changing world?
Part of their £50m Pioneer programme, Bruntwood Works' latest coworking space has a foundation in technology, hospitality and wellbeing.
The new solution will provide AI-powered software to drive dynamic resource and space allocations through intelligent, automatic seating assignment methods.
Investing in an agile space and remote working technology meant a seamless transition for the workforce when this year's lockdown was implemented.
Gensler’s Cindy Coleman, Don Ricker and Jane Stull offer their considerations around the re-entry to workplaces.
Wires are a pain, and they literally chain you to the spot. So getting rid of them is a good thing. The wires that carry information have been hacked away at for years. Starting with ship communication, then broadcast radio and then WiFi. Now ethernet connections are becoming extinct, satellites bridge the oceans and the telephone network is really a broadband distribution, while landline phones get squeezed out by mobile devices. The days of information carrying wires are numbered, so that battle is almost won.