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?
A new poll from MoreySmith has revealed that half of British employees want specially designed areas in the office for socialising if they are to stop working from home.
The days of the £2,000, two tonne, over engineered and grandiosely titled workstation are long gone - eradicated by advancements in technology. But what does the future of the flat surface hold in an ever more complicated and uncertain workplace era. Neil Usher explores the possibilities.
Colonnade was co-created in partnership with one of KI’s longest-standing clients to create a systemised, cost-effective and sustainable solution to create user-controlled, flexible workspaces.
Peldon Rose were tasked with creating an inspirational environment that would see the London office become iconic for the company, and support their identity as a truly international company.
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.
Deloitte reports that mental health costs UK employers £45 billion each year (and that was before the pandemic). Now, 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.