GroupGSA ups the ante on premium, flexible working with the launch of the Executive Centre Sydney Place, located within the landmark Salesforce Tower.
Unispace has its finger on the pulse when it comes to workplace trends both here and abroad. Its worldwide report, Returning for Good, which surveyed some 17,000 employers and employees across the globe, has some home truths for the organisations in Australia intent on re-establishing a full-time office regime.
How can a city adapt towards a more flexible way of living and working? Justin Zhuang reflects on his own work-from-home experience and shares his observations.
A nook, a niche, or even just a portion of a kitchen table was once sufficient to work from home. But these temporary spaces no longer feel suitable and, with the family underfoot, the home office has moved up the wish list.
One year later, flexible work is practically the status quo. Despite this, the office still matters, says Gensler’s David Calkins. Here’s why.
A comprehensive survey conducted by Steelcase has birthed the ‘Global Report: Changing Expectations and the Future of Work.’ We take a look at the results.
The pandemic has brought about some surprising shifts in the way we work. Remote work is here to stay: what, then, is the role of the office in future? Tamagin Blake-Smith at Hassell explains the value of a hybrid model that sees the office move far beyond space and setting.
As we’re hopefully nearing the end of what might have been the most sedentary period of life for some, one thing has become abundantly clear to many. A comfortable, high-quality chair is a crucial part of any work set-up, whether in an office environment or a home setting.
Accounting for the surge of demand for ergonomic furniture in home settings, Steelcase’s range aims to redefine the modern desk chair.
Having honed the practice of collaboration from home, four industry leads share key insights and best etiquette for design teams working remote.