What makes the perfect workplace?
Rapid and continuous change in the way we need and want to work conflicts head-on with most traditional workplace solutions out there right now.
A Workplace That Works: The Importance of a Well-Designed Workspace
If you work a standard eight-hour day, you’re spending a huge amount of your time ‘at the office,’ so you have a right to expect a pleasant work environment.
The workplaces of 2017 will see a revolution in design
Driven by employee-centred corporate values, the changing face of the workforce and innovative technology, workspace interiors, with every passing year, have transmuted, adopting more and more employe...
Office design that boosts workplace wellbeing - Raconteur
Efficiency at work, and how designing healthy offices can improve it, are top priorities as the UK’s continuing poor productivity causes concern
How Emotionally Intelligent Bosses Resolve Conflicts
The most skilled peacemakers know how to talk with the warring parties separately before bringing them to the table.
Zendesk San Francisco HQ Blurs Lines between Home, Hospitality, and Workplace - Work Design Magazine
See the Zendesk San Francisco HQ for yourself at our Work Design TALK on August 17!
What the Experts Are Saying About Design and Productivity - OfficeSpace Software
We get expert advice from the people in-the-know on the relationship between office design and employee productivity. What can they tell us?
News Contract Furnishings News
A work place usually has different meanings to different people. For some, their work place is heaven on earth. They just can’t seem to imagine themselves working somewhere else. For some others, their workplace is the complete opposite. They dread so many things about their workspace.
How to Design Your Office to Support Employees of All Abilities
Is your company inclusive? Here's how to design your office space so that it's safe and comfortable for both your employees with and without disabilities.
Why Workplace Wellness is So Much More Than an Office Fruit Bowl
While there’s a direct correlation between the health of a company and the health of its workforce, 76 per cent of the world’s workers still admit to struggling with their overall wellness. That’s a pretty staggering amount of people heading down a one-way road to burnout. “Organisations are understanding more and more that their success is directly tied... Read more »