BSRIA Launches Workplaces of the Future Publication

BSRIA Launches Workplaces of the Future Publication

BSRIA is delighted to have launched its Workplaces of the Future publication which was written by workplace student: Ashleigh Bunker. This insightful report contemplates the office needs and desires from the perspective of the youth of today aka millennials and generation z. The work was carried out as part of BSRIA’s INSPIRE project which works with local schools, national and local politicians and the media to promote STEM and change its perceptions. The report considers…

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Call of the Wild

Call of the Wild

Biophilic design can create better working and learning environments It could be argued that, perhaps without deliberate intent, domestic interiors have a well-established history of biophilic design – simply because they reflect our natural preferences, as animals, to be connected to the biosphere that sustains us. Still in its relative infancy, biophilic design is gaining momentum in workplace and educational environments, following on from successful implementation in the healthcare, retail and hospitality and public spaces….

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New Tech Puts End to Problem of Finding a Free Desk in a Flexible Office

New Tech Puts End to Problem of Finding a Free Desk in a Flexible Office

Condeco Software’s new Desk Screen connects dumb desks through smart technology CIPD research suggests that flexible working will be the main way of working for 70 per cent of organisations by 2020.[1] Large scale implementation of flexible working policies will create a significant workspace management challenge for companies already under pressure to reduce their real estate expenditure. Jenny Noon, Facilities and Real Estate Director at Time Inc. UK, commented: “As Time Inc. UK reinvents itself…

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