Tag: workspace


Workspace Trends #1 – Pop-Up Teams

Workspace Trends #1 – Pop-Up Teams

Over the next few months we are going to post a series of blogs on some of the trends that we are seeing in workspace design and the world of work. This week, we start with pop-up teams. For many organisations, the layout and space planning of their workspace is a constraint. It involves lots of heavy, single-purpose furniture and built-in IT infrastructure…none of which is...

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Whiteboard areas in CERN's design office

Psychology of Collaboration – a talk from Herman Miller

Last night the CCD team attended a talk at Herman Miller on the Psychology of Collaboration as part of Clerkenwell Design Week.  The talk was based on research Herman Miller commissioned with Nigel Oseland. There was some interesting evidence on how poor many people see their workspace as supporting the work they are trying to do – around half of people think their workspaces is...

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Wellbeing in workspace design – the sitting question

Wellbeing in workspace design – the sitting question

Back in June we wrote a piece about standing more at work in this blog and it seems the interest in the influence of workspace design on wellbeing is only growing.  We recently attending a Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors event on the topic which featured a talk from Tim Hunter on what works in getting people to stand up and move around more...

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