Tag Archives: Design

What you think…

“In control of my own working environment and enabled, empowered, trusted to work in a dispersed way that is aligned to the tasks at hand.” We ask you how you thought the future of work looked for you.. Here as just some of your responses. Whether we have been forced into it or are used…
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Remote working survey findings

Thank you to all those who took part in our work-from-home survey during the Covid-19 crisis. We had a great response from across a range of industries to get a good idea about how you are adapting to the current situation. First we looked at how you worked before the outbreak to get an understanding…
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Work From Home Survey

Help us understand the way you feel about working from home and start a debate on the subject, to help drive the inevitable change to the way we work post Covid-19, by taking part in our short survey. We will post the results alongside some opinions from across the industry to help gauge the future…
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Blue and the workspace – the new biophilia

As I’ve discussed before, there are links between Biophilic design in the workplace and improving mental health and productivity. However, what I did not mention in my previous article was the introduction of water and blue spaces into the concept of Biophilic design. Professor Miles Richardson discussed the lost relationship between humanity and nature in…
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A Plea to Commercial Landlords and Managing Agents

All too often, when we ask Managing Agents for information relating to space that they are hoping to let, it isn’t immediately available. Sometimes, it feels as though we are the first people to ever have made such a request. It usually takes days to pull together a pack of information and often longer. When…
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New Year, New Project!

To kick off the new year we have a new project in our portfolio. An upcoming lease break at City House in Cambridge provided Geant with the impetus to either relocate or to refurbish to support both business consolidation and growth. Agile working had been successfully implemented in the central Amsterdam office so it was therefore…
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New Project Case Study – Costello Medical

Costello Medical employed us to design and project manage the works for the relocation to their new office in Cambridge. The new space is located on the 4th floor and the design needed to take account of staged occupation with part of the space being sublet for the first three years and careful budgeting was required at all…
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Do I Need Visuals?

When you have made the decision to refurbish your office interior, it can sometimes be hard to sell the new design to partners or staff. We offer the service to build and visualise your design in 3D, which can be used in many ways to inform and advertise the proposed design. NG Bailey was a…
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NG Bailey Project

We have a new project in our projects page. NG Bailey employed us to design and project manage the works for the relocation to their new office on Farringdon Street, London. The new space is located on the 10th and 11th floors and it was decided to locate a client facing reception area and suite of meeting rooms…
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Visuals Case study

We have recently completed some amazing visuals for a client we are working with in a new development at 20 Farringdon Street, London. We challenged Burrow's to turn around the visuals for one floor in under three days and working with them was really easy from the outset. The team helped us in producing some really…
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CBoe (Bats) New Project Case Study!

  We have a new case study posted on our website. View it here [gallery gt3_gallery="yes" columns="4" real_columns="4" size="medium" thumb_type="square" ids="4108,4107,4109,4111,3889,4110,3901,3896"] “The Workspace Consultants provided a valuable breadth of services and expertise to our project. Navigating this process and all the people involved would have been very difficult without their partnership and dedication. They delivered…
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What is Wellbeing?

I recently wrote a blog that discussed how we approach wellbeing in the workplace, today I wanted to find out more about what is understood by wellbeing in more general terms. I visited my favourite YouTube channel – Ted Talks and watched a fascinating seminar by Jim Harter at Gallup. To answer the question “what…
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Workspace Design Inspiration

A few years ago a friend mentioned a social networking site called Pinterest to me, she thought I might find it useful for my work.  I couldn’t for the life of me understand why, no other such website has been of interest, but out of politeness I took a quick peek.  Instantly, I was hooked…this…
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VIX – Case Study

We have a new Case study for a project in Cambridge. Follow the links below to the project page and case study VIX Projects page > Take a look at our Case Study > Related Blog Posts [mini_posts_grid numb="4" thumbs="large" thumb_width="150" thumb_height="150" lightbox="no" category="case-studies" order_by="date" meta="yes" order="DESC" align="left"]
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Burn twice as many calories; stand up at work!

A BBC article highlights that standing up at work is seriously good for you health. For example standing for an extra 30 minutes per day for a year could burn sufficient extra calories for you to lose 5.2lb (2.4kg) In addition traditionally designed office workstations really do cause Musculoskeletal Disorders (back and neck pain) for…
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