Tag Archives: design

Creating A Healthy, Safe Workspace

Organizations looking to restructure their space should do so with the wellness and safety of employees in mind, and this can be accomplished through strategic planning.

July 7, 2020

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Wellness In The Workplace Is Vital

The health of employees is vital for a successful company, and reconfiguring design to include biophilia, natural lighting and integrating technology could be the key.

July 6, 2020

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Beyond Hand Sanitiser: TOG’s Head Of Design On Reimagining The Flexible Workspace

The Office Group’s Head of Design, Nasim Köerting’s shares how flexible workspace operators can integrate these practical safety measures with a space that looks and feels beautiful.

July 2, 2020

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How Technology Can Help Create Healthy Buildings

A healthy building supports our physical, psychological, and social health and wellbeing, according to the WHO. These spaces have the potential to improve company performance, as well as enabling a safe return to work during the pandemic.

July 1, 2020

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Knoll CEO Discusses Preparing For The New Normal

Andrew Cogan, CEO of furniture design specialist Knoll, has provided insight into how businesses can prepare for the new normal of at-home and in-office workplace design.

June 29, 2020

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Desktop Shields, Partitions and Screens: Our Temporary Normal?

With many white-collar workers returning to the office, employers and workspace companies are looking for quick solutions to implement physical distancing protocols.

June 24, 2020

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Cushman’s 6 Feet Office Could Be The Future Of Workspaces

Cushman & Wakefield have been experimenting with their “6 Feet Office” concept in Amsterdam that aims to keep employees safe from the potential spread of the coronavirus.

June 11, 2020

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What Is The Office For? A Look At The Changing Role Of The Workplace

The office won’t die, but it will change, and the future of the workplace for those who are willing to accept this change will be extraordinarily different.

June 9, 2020

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Architects Must Meet Changing Demands From Companies

The needs of workspaces are not what they were just three months ago, and architects will have to meet the needs of organizations adapting to the new way of working.

June 8, 2020

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The Rise of Suburban Coworking And Other Takeaways From The GWA Virtual Conference

Over 1,500 people attended the GWA Virtual Conference, to learn how to adapt to the changing business landscape. Allwork.Space’s 5 top takeaways feature the rise of suburban coworking, workspace design, and the shift in operating models.

June 8, 2020

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Furniture Subscription Firm Sees Boost In Home Office Orders

Fernish, a subscription furniture firm, closed on $15 million in funding despite the economic downturn and has seen a massive increase in sales from home office orders.

June 2, 2020

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How Multisensory Design Can Reduce Anxiety As People Return To The Workplace

As people head back to the office, some are feeling heightened levels of stress and anxiety. A multisensory approach to workplace design can help people feel more relaxed in their surroundings, and create a more welcoming workplace environment.

May 20, 2020

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The New Health Trend To Emerge In The Workspace

Health and wellness policies that emphasize regular cleaning, air filters, and touch-free technology may be part of the next big trend of health in the workplace.

May 19, 2020

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Company Headquarters Will Be A Thing Of The Past

According to interior designer Sevil Peach, company headquarters and large offices are going to dwindle in size as employees opt to work from home or coworking spaces.

May 11, 2020

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Open And Collaborative Office Plans May Be Reevaluated

Although cubicle-laden offices were thought to have been a thing of the past, recent strict distancing and sanitation practices may bring them back into workspaces.

May 7, 2020

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