Explore the latest thinking on how to get the best out of your office… and your office designer.
Talented people tend to stick around when their office supports their needs. But what are those needs?
Arriving at some basic answers early on can make all the difference when creating tech-intensive facilities in China.
How buildings can be designed to support business, not inhibit it.
How an integrated approach can maximise the sophisticated solutions needed for an effective financial workplace.
The speed, precision and economy with which a new financial firm’s office is established can be critical to its success.
An illuminating look at getting light right for effective work.
To tap into China’s growing pool of software engineering talent, Symbian – the world market leader in smartphone operating systems – chose Beijing as the location for its fourth global R&D centre.
A well-designed ‘green’ office can do more than help the environment – it can also improve your bottom line.
Principal Global Investors’ new headquarters in New York is a healthy, productive environment that also reflects the firm’s strength and dynamic approach to the ever-changing financial landscape.
Winning the hearts and minds of staff members can be vital to a successful change of work environment.
When most little girls were playing with dolls, Moira Moser played with blocks. Later, M Moser’s founder and chairman would embark on a journey that led to a workplace revolution.
When Lloyd’s of London planned its entry into the rapidly expanding China market, they commissioned M Moser to create a workspace that would evoke its reputation for integrity and innovation.
Ensuring a smooth path to getting overseas office up and running.
Mulino International’s first New York office is a minimalistic design that engages visiting clients. Its simple geometry is accentuated with light wooden floors, honed stone walls, and full-height glazing.
M Moser designed Big Dutchman’s Asia headquarters ‘from the inside out’. This approach to architecture helped to achieve time and cost savings, and fostered a strong corporate image in the process.
A plan to consolidate four separate offices into one brought with it a great opportunity for National Australia Bank subsidiary MLC to adopt a more open way of working.
The end-result of BP’s need for an environmentally progressive office that would place a Singaporean spin on its ‘Blue Chalk’ corporate workplace strategy had management and staff alike seeing green.
The right office setting can help transform individual efforts into organisational achievements. This award-winning design for OMD by M Moser Associates is an eye-catching demonstration of how it’s done.
A curved wall winds through the award-winning Singapore offices of Keppel Energy. The feature links functions, stimulates interaction, and lends a jolt of energy to the routines of day-to-day business.