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

Axa Insurance set to take 70,000sq/ft in Office Design Bristol

Axa is in advanced talks to take a 70,000 sq ft pre-let at Salmon Harvester Properties’ £40m office scheme, Two Glass Wharf in Bristol. The insurance group entered into negotiations to take the space after ruling out sites at Temple Back, Rivergate and Bank Place. The

Attract and Retain Key Talent

Employers realise that providing a desk, chair and modest salary isn't enough to attract and retain the best talent, and get them to produce their finest work. Plenty of people will work for a company for a reasonable salary, but to get and keep the best, a

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