WORKSPACE BLOG

24th May 2016

How new governmental energy changes affect workplace design

In recent years there has been an increasing awareness in corporate, social and responsible (CSR) best practices and how they influence the way we do things. As a result of this focused attention, environmental legislation and regulations have also increased. This includes […]
17th May 2016
wellbeing in the workplace

Wellbeing in the Workspace

In today’s office culture it’s not out of the ordinary to experience stress. Whether your employees are faced with an increase in workload, an urgency to meet deadlines or perhaps external circumstances are affecting daily routine, stress may appear here and there. […]
3rd May 2016
shared office

How to make the most out of a shared office space

Having a shared kitchen or communal space at work can often feel like reverting back to your student days. And those of you who have not had the student experience can still appreciate that these spaces can soon turn into a bombsite […]
28th April 2016

Office of the Future: Slides, Robots and Hammocks: Room by Room Breakdown

We always like to keep our office an engaging environment where people can work their best, but not every company thinks that way. Open-plan offices have grown in popularity, but most still have drab carpets, plasterboard walls and staple features: phone, desktop, […]
26th April 2016

Five office design ideas for a small office

Designs for offices that are slightly quainter in size should focus on making the most of what space you have, while providing an environment that is both practical and comfortable. In this guide, we’ll list five easy ways in which you could […]
19th April 2016
Google offices

What can we learn from Google’s offices about workplace design?

Office putting-greens, vintage subway cars and revolving bookcases are among the zany features that can be found in Google’s charismatic offices. Google is renowned for its unusual and extraordinary workspace designs as part of its model of motivation.