Home / Tag Archives: offices

Tag Archives: offices

Open office spaces need coordination

Open office spaces, hot desking and collaborative spaces require coordination, why not make it digital? Don’t make it difficult Three reasons to invest in desk booking: 1. Make it easy for staff and visitors to find available seating for work. ...

Read More »

Welcome back – settling back into the office

The working world has changed. Many are heading back into to the office full-time and whilst some are eager to return, some may have embraced WFH, enjoying no commute and having a private workspace. One way to incentivise returning to ...

Read More »

Commercial occupiers and landlords need to get more in step on the future of the office

A new report from MRI Software, a global leader in real estate solutions, shows while tenants expect changes in space usage post-pandemic, landlords don’t – but both see need for new technology adoption. The research reveals that 71 per cent of ...

Read More »

Multisensory design is the key to improving employee health and wellbeing

New research from the British Council for Offices (BCO) argues that a multisensory approach to workplace design can help improve workers’ wellbeing. The paper, Designing and Managing Buildings for Health and Wellbeing, outlines how the five senses will play a vital role ...

Read More »

RICS Event: The evolution of the office from a place of work to a service

Long before a global pandemic defined our daily lives, many were already debating the relevance of the workplace in an era defined by wireless technology. 2020 has refocused that debate, showing many the importance of a place to come together ...

Read More »

Has COVID-19 permanently changed our view of the office?

The corridors are buzzing with rumours about what’s going to happen when offices reopen – or at least the virtual corridors are! Are employees going to accept returning to their old lives, including commuting on public transport and working in ...

Read More »

Study finds air purification systems can reduce airborne pathogens by around 50%

Airborne pathogens in an office environment can be significantly reduced by the use of effective air purification systems according to a new study undertaken by The University of Lincoln. The report, commissioned by Intratek, providers of some of the world ...

Read More »

Unused office space post-Covid could cost London businesses almost £13bn

Unused office space after coronavirus could cost London-based businesses almost £13 billion according to a new report by Space Three Two, a new office timeshare marketplace born out of lockdown. According to a survey of London office workers, employees want ...

Read More »

BCO paper outlines office technology that is responding to Covid-19

The British Council for Offices (BCO) has published a new paper outlining how technology is being used in offices to combat Covid-19. The paper titled Impact of Technology on the Covid-19 Workplace outlines how the sector is adapting and embracing  ...

Read More »

Long-term thinking

Blog from Raj Krishnamurthy, CEO, Freespace It’s time to think about the long-term. And, amidst the madness and uncertainty, take a positive stance. COVID-19 will be here for some time. More flexibility, pivoting and adaptation will be required. Yet, despite ...

Read More »