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.
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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.
Donna Hannaway, Marketing Segment Manager (Offices) at Forbo Flooring Systems, considers the transition back to the office. One thing is obvious - it won't be business as usual. So how do we adapt our workplaces for the 'new normal'?
Angela Bardino, Design Principal at leading professional services firm, Jacobs, examines employees’ impact on both immediate business and subsequent end user groups.
While he hasn't got an issue to work on, our Editor, Mick Jordan, found himself with itchy fingers and time on his hands – and so, having dusted off his laptop, he 'kept his eye in' by taking a look at what is currently going on in his own furloughed world.
Regular columnist Mike Walley, Head of Workplace Experience at Criteo, gives us his view on the future of work.
We’ve been keeping ourselves busy by asking leading industry figures to offer their opinions of where we’re likely to find ourselves once we begin to live and work in a post-COVID world. This week is the turn of a selection of architects and designers.
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.