Taking flight: The Wing comes to London
As women-focused coworking space and community The Wing bring their trademark exuberance to UK shores, we explore the first international offering.
Unless you’ve been stuck on a (love) island for the last couple of years, you can’t have failed to notice that HSBC UK chose to move its headquarters out of London and up to the ‘second city’ of Birmingham. Furthermore, if you’ve been to the centre of Birmingham recently, you’ve probably also noticed that there’s a ‘tiny bit’ of regeneration going on.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) the UK’s productivity levels recently lagged behind those of our European neighbours, while commentators continue to discuss the ‘productivity puzzle.’ Sarah Dodsworth, Creative Director at SpaceInvader gives us her own analysis.
Mix Interiors hosted another fascinating MixInspired at Barclay's Eagle Lab, this time on the topic of emotional design. The session explored the importance of emotional design within the workplace, and the impact it can have on the end user.
Creating another new workspace for the agile working environment, Verco's Kurt provides an interesting and inspiring new space for working, or meeting in the workplace.
Office developers are learning new words and new ways to work, as they try to fit into a changing market. David Thame talks to Oval Real Estate Co-founder, James Craig, about car parks, office blocks and reactivation.
We’ve come to Salford’s Exchange Quay (for those familiar with the area, you can’t have failed to notice it, seeing as it has a giant orange arrow literally pointing it out on the adjacent roundabout) to look at the reworking of Building 3. There is, however, one slight problem.