Nina+Co designs zero waste restaurant Silo
Zero-waste pioneer and award-winning chef, Douglas McMaster, has packed up his bags and moved his restaurant from the bustling Laines of Brighton to a new Hackney Wick home.
We had a pandemic well before COVID, says Dalia Feldheim. But it's not too late to reverse it.
The physical workplace is, for many people, a big part of what keeps people well, says the InsideOut founder.
Creating workplaces which support employee’s personal needs at all levels of the business is crucial, says Russell Glover, Head of Design at Peldon Rose.
As Deloitte reports that mental health costs UK employers £45 billion in 2019, organisations are realising they need to move beyond the standard wellbeing offers. We speak to Dr Jo Yarker, CEO of Affinity Health at Work about prioritising mental health at work.
Next up in our series is Tony Antoniou, Managing Director at Rainbow and Partner at workplace analytics experts Yowse.
Criteo’s Head of Workplace Experience, Mike Walley considers the challenges of adapting to a new way of working.
Wireless charging provider Aircharge has launched the mobile-based software combined with a digital marker check-in system, to support businesses transition back to the office.
"Remote working is here to stay, enabling designers to create experiential spaces that put people first - which is where they should always have been."
Four months since the world of work changed forever. Or did it? David Thame reports on the emerging workplace trends to rely on as offices start to reopen.
The last in our series looking at how the current crisis will affect the commercial interiors (and wider) world, we’ve asked a number of leading end users and workplace experts to offer their opinions on where we’re likely to find ourselves post-COVID.