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Modus Workspace create ‘a feeling of being home’ at Checkout's new office

Characterised by subtle contrast and a commitment to form and function, Checkout.com’s new workplace is built on the foundation of community, a spirit of collaboration, and a focus on supporting one another.

15/09/2021 3 min read

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Paradoxically speaking: Experience

Taking a positive, memorable experience from somewhere we attend regularly is a challenge not to be underestimated, says workplace expert Neil Usher.

19/08/2021 4 min read

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Arper showcase new collections at London Design Festival

At London Design Festival Arper presents Mixu, designed in partnership with Gensler and on display for the first time at the London showroom. This sustainable and versatile collection of chairs and stools can be completely customised to suit the needs of any context or environment.

22/09/2021 2 min read


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Celebrate Earth Day with Humanscale

Happy Earth Day, fellow planet-dwellers! A time when many of us reflect on the impact we’re having on the planet (with the aim to do better!) In this spirit, Humanscale has curated a list of ways that all of us can achieve a positive impact.

22/04/2020 1 min read

As we mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Humanscale has curated a list of ways that all of us can achieve a positive impact. The list touches on categories including waste, energy, technology and more.

The designer and manufacturer have long been committed to having a net positive impact on earth, and is also offering a CEU (continuing education unit) during Earth Week and beyond, with a focus on healthy and sustainable materials in the built environment. As we collectively spend more time indoors and surrounded by manufactured products, it’s important to understand how the materials we use directly and indirectly impact human health and the environment.

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