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Inside Knight Frank's global HQ from Resonate Interiors

While you might find a number of top chefs eating poorly at home, when it comes to Knight Frank’s own real estate, the leading property firm definitely puts its money where its mouth is, recently commissioning a top-of-the-range fit-out for the refresh of its 100,000 sq ft Baker Street global headquarters.

02/03/2021 4 min read

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Neil Usher: Paradoxically Speaking

We’re thrilled to bring you a new regular column from one of the country’s foremost workplace and change thinkers, leading author Neil Usher - providing an expert view of the issues facing workplace owners, operators, designers and users alike.

02/03/2021 4 min read

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Art in functionality: Wireline by Formafantasma

A mix of technology, industrial production, craftsmanship and artistic approach, Formafantasma’s Wireline is the studio’s second design for Flos.

05/03/2021 1 min read

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MixInspired: Workplace 2030

Who predicted coworking? Who thought that health and wellbeing would have such an impact on the workplace? This special edition of MixInspired explored what’s next in workplace design.

10/12/2019 1 min read
What does workplace 2030 look like? Will technology be king? Will there still be a focus on current trends such as wellbeing, sustainability, flexible working (to name but a few!)

Considering the move away from traditional office space, the panel at this special edition of MixInspired discussed the factors that companies are considering when designing their spaces. Unconventional and quirky spaces are on the rise, and have been for the last 10 years, as staff retention, wellbeing and a cross-generational workforce become increasingly important.

‘There’s a huge war for talent,’ explained Ciara Keeling, CEO of Bruntwood Works. ‘In order for companies to both attract and retain the best talent, they have to be thoughtful around creating spaces that really work for the for the end user and the customer.’

The panel was unanimous that sustainability issues will continue to play a key role in the workplace over the next decade, as cities set carbon neutrality targets – such as Manchester’s target of 2038. So where do certification schemes come into this – if at all? ‘We’re not actually going to promote BREEAM ratings,’ said Greg Ball, Senior Development Manager at U+I. ‘We’re looking at various measures to make our buildings as sustainable as possible, but we’re not just going to go out and get a brand certification that might become obsolete in the future.’

Tying this all together is technology. Monitoring individuals’ requirements and wellbeing as well as automating processes will not only create more flexible spaces but also create a more sustainable environment.

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