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What’s afoot?

Changing priorities in workplace design mean that flooring schemes have to be more sophisticated and adaptable than ever before New trends in workplace design are affecting the development and specification of flooring products and schemes. Workspace is becoming multifunctional, requiring ...

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A river runs through it

Signbox & the Graphic History Company deliver stunning Thames mural made up of 3,500 iconic author names for book publisher Hachette UK Carmelite House which sits on the north bank of the River Thames, with stunning views across the river ...

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In the zone

Has open plan had its day? Mark Conway of Active FM argues that a more intelligent approach is needed in workplace design, while Howard Barnes of 360Degrees says organisations need to consider their own unique personality Today’s office is undergoing ...

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Signbox completes major signage project at Bandai Namco’s London HQ

Architectural signage specialist, Signbox, has recently completed a stunning new interior and exterior signage project for the West London offices of Japanese entertainment giant, Bandai Namco. The project, which was completed over a six month period and delivered in conjunction ...

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A Rewarding Move

Reward Gateway is a leading employee engagement platform that delivers benefits like reward and recognition, and communications solutions to attract and retain key talent. They have over 1,200 clients including household names American Express, Groupon, Yahoo!, IBM and McDonald’s yet ...

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How beneficial are whacky designs in a modern day office?

Every time people bring up interiors or office redesigns in print or at conferences you can bet your life it won’t be long before someone brings up “Google’s offices” or something similar. Are these whacky designs actually relevant or beneficial ...

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Simple truths

Every now and then you go to a client site and when you walk through the door, you look around the reception area and think ‘Wow!’ But how do you achieve that effect? Not just on visitors, but on the ...

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Smart futures

In 1950 only 30 per cent of humans the world over lived in cities. By 2050 that is set to grow to over 70 per cent. New buildings and new cities will mean bigger and better roles for facilities managers. ...

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Ergonomics, Productivity and Wellbeing

Workplace ergonomics increases the comfort, safety and efficiency of employees by designing the environment around them. Good workstation ergonomics, including the correct chair height, optimal equipment spacing and good desk posture, can help you stay comfortable and effective throughout the ...

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Fit for a king

Early last year, retail  specialist Hammerson moved into a new home at Kings Place in King’s Cross. FMJ travelled up to find out about the move as well as the role Lexington’s front of house service had played in ensuring ...

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