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KI’s furniture facilitates collaborative working at Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People

KI’s furniture has been selected by workplace design and fit out company Blueprint Interiors to help add colour and functionality to the offices of Rainbows Children’s Hospice. Located in Loughborough, Rainbows is currently the only hospice for children and young ...

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Designed for Life

AECOM’s new London head office was designed by its own in-house interior designers in consultation with a multidisciplinary team of experts, and has achieved a SKA gold rating for its environmental performance and for enhancing the health and wellbeing of ...

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Cleaning up in the washroom

FMJ talk to experts who provide insight into how washrooms can be designed to make the job of facilities managers easier in terms of choice of materials as well as new products such as integrated consumables As with pretty much ...

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Space flexibility is key to future office design

• Companies look to refresh current premises rather than invest in larger offices • When space is at a shortage utilising it effectively is key • Flexibility and planning is essential for future-proofing • Space-pod increases existing client’s space eight-fold ...

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Inside the mind

The effect that office interiors have upon staff’s morale and productivity has been a hot topic of conversation across the FM industry for quite some time now. FMJ takes a look at the research several companies have actually conducted whilst finding ...

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One size fits… Almost

We hear a lot about designing workplaces for different generations but what about creating offices that take into account different nationalities, genders and a variety of physical sizes or capabilities? Justin Bass, managing director of furniture and design consultants Sketch ...

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Scrubbing Up

FMJ investigates how the correct choice of materials when designing your washroom can not only create an aesthetically pleasing environment, but also ensure durability for years to come There is a somewhat common cliché that is often trotted out in the ...

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What does your washroom say about you?

First impressions are everything. While the majority of hospitality businesses go to great lengths to maintain a sleek and impressive reception area, the same cannot always be said for the washroom. Often a first point of contact for clients and ...

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Lost underfoot

Choosing a floor for your offices might seem to be little more than a stylistic exercise but there are important factors to consider. FMJ speaks to industry experts to find out everything you need to know and decide before installing ...

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The Human Factor

Staff satisfaction and wellbeing have taken centre stage in recent years, and nothing is more important to keeping your workforce happy than ergonomics. FMJ examines the latest trends in psychology, engineering and design improving people’s working day, explaining why there ...

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