Digital nomads are all over social media these days. Many people may find themselves dreaming of sitting on a beach with a laptop, like all those surreal images on Instagram
Biophilia is human beings’ innate propensity to connect with nature. Biophilic design takes its cues from nature and has been shown to reduce stress, improve cognitive functioning, boost productivity and support creativity in the workplace.
One way to increase productivity and creativity is by working in shared workspaces. Working and coffee spaces are an integral part of the shared space environment, and these places blend socialising with working. Though using space at home seems cheaper, companies that stay competitive find ways to engage every worker where they live, not just when they come in the front door of their office building.
If you’re one of those who are keen to ditch the daily commute, then it’s time to get serious about transforming your work-from-home office into your ideal professional work space
As humans, we spend 80,000 hours of our lives at work. We are emotional, thinking as well as productive beings and our emotions don’t turn off when we walk into the office, sit at our desks or go to a shared co-working environment. We’re just not wired that way.
Studies have shown that dogs in the office boost productivity, creativity and team morale. In light of this, many companies now allow employees to bring their dogs to work with them. So if you’re looking for a new way to improve your work environment, consider bringing in your furry best friend
There is science behind the brain’s reactions to design, particularly in the ways both body and brain respond to the built environment. Neuro-architecture is more about people and building spaces that encourage happiness, well-being, and productivity than traditional architecture.
Educational systems all across the world are redefining what a classroom is. Learn about flexible learning spaces, how they work and how they benefit both teachers and students.
Colour enriches our lives in both subtle and powerful ways. We get an instant feel of a room as soon as we enter it, and that feeling can be anything from cosy to clinical, or from peppy to calm. The office is no different
Companies would have regarded their offices to be critical to their performance before the pandemic. We all seemed to agree on the office’s purpose. The workspace served as a hub…