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The 5 office spaces you need for business success

[fa icon="calendar'] 08-Jun-2017 12:07:58 / by Emma Harris posted in Productivity, Agile Working, Office Design, New Ways of Working

Work has changed. Most offices haven’t.

 

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5 key office design trends from Clerkenwell Design Week 2017

[fa icon="calendar'] 23-May-2017 18:25:42 / by Emma Harris posted in Design Inspiration, Office Design, New Ways of Working, Office Furniture

Clerkenwell is said to hold the highest number of architects per square mile in Europe and as architecture studios increasingly focus on the contract market, a cluster of furniture showrooms have sprung up too - many offering their take on contemporary workplace needs.

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What Office Design Trends to expect in 2016

[fa icon="calendar'] 10-Dec-2015 10:16:00 / by Callum Hutchinson posted in design trends, Agile Working, Office Design

With Christmas nearly upon us and the end of 2015 looming, we thought this would be a perfect time to take a look ahead at what office design trends to expect see in 2016.

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A quick guide to planning your office space.

[fa icon="calendar'] 16-Nov-2015 10:38:00 / by Callum Hutchinson posted in Agile Working, Office Design, Budgets

Step 1 - Have clear goals

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Agile Working - The 5 Essential Elements Infographic

[fa icon="calendar'] 08-Oct-2015 13:11:15 / by Callum Hutchinson posted in Productivity, design trends, Agile Working, Office Design, creativity

Agile Working is a blend of creativity and science. It creates office environments that are space-efficient, productive and vibrant.

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New Ways of Working Part 2 - The Breakout Area

[fa icon="calendar'] 30-Sep-2015 07:47:00 / by Callum Hutchinson posted in Office Redesign, Productivity, Agile Working, Office Design

What is a Breakout area?

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New Ways of Working Infographic

[fa icon="calendar'] 14-Sep-2015 14:51:00 / by Callum Hutchinson posted in Office Redesign, Productivity, Office Fit Out, Design Inspiration, design trends, Agile Working, Office Design

When new work practices are introduced intelligently the results are increased staff motivation, increased productivity and reduced overheads. In this infographic we show your the key points you need to know about New Ways of Working.

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What to consider when budgeting for an office fit-out

[fa icon="calendar'] 11-Aug-2015 12:04:00 / by Callum Hutchinson posted in Office Redesign, Office Fit Out, Office Design, Office Refurbisment, ROI, Budgets

In today’s ever changing workplace environment, an office is far more than just a space for your employees to work in. There is now an increased awareness of how the working environment can affect, not only creativity, but productivity too.

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Do you need to comply with Building Regulations for Office Refurbishment Projects?

[fa icon="calendar'] 11-Aug-2015 09:52:24 / by Callum Hutchinson posted in Office Fit Out, Office Design, Office Refurbisment

The question of whether it is necessary to comply with Building Regulations for Office Refurbishment or Fit Out Projects is very common. If you are considering an office refurbishment or making alterations to commercial premises it is very likely that you will need to obtain building regulations approval. It is recommended that you check with Building Control before commencing any office refurbishment and obtain the necessary approvals to avoid making a very costly mistake.

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What are the best Colours to use in an office colour scheme?

[fa icon="calendar'] 11-Aug-2015 09:38:17 / by Jim Fidler posted in Productivity, design trends, Office Design, creativity

There have been a number of studies on the psychology of colour. Which Office Colour Scheme make employees work longer hours; come up with more creative ideas; get along with their colleagues? Here are a few of the theories that have gained credence in the workplace.

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