The flexible work spaces of RMBL’s new head office, designed by Golden, have transformed the mortgage manager’s conventional practices in favour of an activity based working model.
We still speak about the workplace revolution, but revolutions don’t normally last 20 years. Is it all over and we’re simply moving the furniture around?
The following ten design projects represent the most inimitable offices we’ve seen of late, in which space goes above and beyond in its role as a facilitator of ABW.
It’s unstructured, complex and fluid – how do we begin to define hybrid, so that we might ‘design’ to it? James Calder of Calder Consultants frames the challenge.
The Master Builders QLD office renovation celebrates the association’s rich history while also ushering the brand into a world of activity-based working.
Studies reveal that while flexible and agile working modes are designed to empower the individual, they also contribute to low productivity and absenteeism. Can a happy medium between old and new typologies be achieved?
Co-working seems to be the golden arrow for enterprises looking to improve productivity and collaboration. What makes it an effective and successful working model?
With space management an ever-relevant consideration to take into mind when designing for workspaces, it’s sometimes easy to forget the practical matters should take priority – designing an office that enables productive, meaningful work.
The desire to be an agile designer is strong in today’s busy design community, but what does this mean exactly?
With the age of the digital nomad and gig economy now in full swing, we explore how these cultural phenomena are driving specification.
Zgonic’s monitor arms may be the answer to a rising demand in mobile workspaces today! Let’s explore why.
Much more than hot desking, Activity Based Working (ABW) has become an important aspect of contemporary workplace culture – with many businesses using it as a way to commit to employee welfare and productivity, especially in computer-intensive workplaces.