Google reveals new office design for Youtube HQ in London

Google's new YouTube HQ at the heart of London's Kings Cross has opened its doors to the public at last, revealing its exciting new office interior design. The 20,000 square ft 'Space' is the largest YouTube office in Europe, and the second largest of nine in

Flexible Working & The Third Place – R.I.P. The Traditional Workplace

The cloud and mobile computing has given workers unprecedented control and choice over where and how they work. Combing the influence of coffee culture, thanks to that wi-fi connection in Costa, souring fuel and property costs, a big emphasis on the environment and a strong demand for flexible

Brand, Culture and the Workplace: Office Design White Paper

Which comes first — the culture or the brand? In today’s hyper-connected, ever- flattening world, it’s almost become a question not worth asking. Coexisting in a chicken/egg, yin-and-yang relationship, an organisation’s brand and culture shape and reflect each other in an interconnected system. One doesn’t change without the other; they

Interaction & Collaboration: Office Design White Paper

Converging spatial, social and informational trends are creating demand for workplaces that support new patterns of collaboration. Collaboration is one of the most often-discussed and often-misunderstood business issues of our time. Nearly all leading businesses today endorse the value of high-performance teams doing collaborative work, but there

Fostering Innovation: Office Design White Paper

Nearly everyone agrees that innovation is the way to supercharge an organisation to growth. The right workspaces can help make it happen. Innovation is the “secret sauce” of business success, according to Harvard Business Review. Consulting giant McKinsey says that a company’s ability to innovate has become “the

Generations at Work – War of Talents: Knowledge Paper

A new generation is taking its place in the workforce and with it comes new influences, new attitudes and an explosion of technology. Right now today, if you look around any office of reasonable size, you can see an historic landmark. For the first time ever,