Much has been said about the blurring of typologies. Our workplaces are starting to steer away from the classic cubicle, and even the more recent open-plan style offices are coming...
The beauty of agile working and an ever-growing amount of technology means that people can pretty much work from anywhere. So where does that leave traditional desks and workstations?
The link between noise control and worker wellbeing and productivity has already been established. But how can designers use the former to influence the latter?
True to the company's design premise, ‘True’, a forward-thinking collective, again bucked conventional design at Salone del Mobile this year, with the new collection ‘True Goes Through’.
Having just thrown open the doors on their brand new Student Hub for La Trobe University, we sit down with Philip Harmer to find out about the design story behind the project.
We threw them out for a good reason – a very good reason – but, are we just back where we started? Here's why you need to embrace ABW...
Workplace collaboration is increasingly popular, and the open plan office is clearly here to stay. How can designers minimise noise in today’s bustling work environments?
A laptop, some head-phones and ... a large flat white? As we all become 'out of office' what has the commercial sector learned from the hospitality world?