Area designs wellbeing-focused office for IFS
When global enterprise software company IFS relocated its UK headquarters to Staines-Upon-Thames, a workplace design that puts both clients and employees at the heart of the solution was required.
"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.
Continuing our series of ponderings on how the current crisis will affect the commercial interiors (and wider) world, we’ve asked a number of manufacturers and dealers to offer their opinions on where we’re likely to find ourselves post-COVID.
Pendrick Brown, Commercial Director at JAC, gives his take on what the future workspace might look like post Covid-19.
An inclusive workplace makes diverse employees feel valued, welcome, integrated and included in the workforce instead of isolated. However, it is nigh on impossible to design something that is a perfect fit for the entire population – isn’t it?
Starring roles, glamorous entrances, and a sense of occasion – David Thame invites us to take the best seat in the house as the curtain rises on new approaches to workspace hospitality.