Our clients’ main reason for wellness design is to provide the best workplace possible for employees, ensuring staff well-being, productivity and continued good health. But what is the measurement of success?
Let graphics be a persuasion tool, an opportunity for engagement and vehicle for communication.
We’ve all heard the rumours, open plan is in and offices are out. Maybe.
What does it mean for today’s healthcare reform in China?
Steve Gale envisions your next office in 2030.
Once disruptive, co-working spaces are now ubiquitous. Whether you are an entrepreneur, a developer, or a corporate looking to capture the spirit in-house, where you choose to go or the model you adopt is crucial for your success, says Su-San Tan.
People want noise to be like red wine, a good thing in moderation.
We dug out an old magazine with ideas about wellbeing from 45 years ago - this is what it had to say about the state of design