The Workplace of the Future – it’s more than just technology There is no denying that the evolution of technology has dramatically changed the way we all work and definitely the future of workplace design. Yes we can work from wherever we want whenever we want. And yes, we can simply ask our VPA’s
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Giving back to Tribal Warrior Charity Tribal Warrior is a unique organisation run by a group of Aboriginal Elders and community members who aim to improve the wellbeing, health and opportunities for the Aboriginal community at a grassroots level. The initiative of Aboriginal leader Shane Phillips and the local police commander Luke Freudenstein, the
How to Control Office Noise Email notifications, ringing phones, pages being printed, multiple co-workers’ conversations… How is anyone supposed to get any work done in an open office environment? While open office designed workplaces are a proven strategy to boost collaboration between employees, noise in the workplace can undoubtedly be extremely distracting, reduce concentration levels
Branding is a key element to any business. Brand identity is what makes your company unique, identifiable and engaging to your clients and customers. However, it’s extraordinary how many businesses still disregard branding in their corporate design or workplace. Workplaces have changed significantly in recent years, with innovative technology and new attitudes paving the
Imagine walking into a sunlit office adorned with green indoor plants and large windows. Doesn’t that sound more appealing than an artificially lit, sterile room with just one window? While the concept of ‘greener offices’ may sound like another industry buzzword, the finite amount of non-renewable resources and its negative impact on the environment, specifically
Are Activity Based Workstations the Future of Office Design? When looking back at the evolution of office design, it is clear we have come a long way from the office cubicles of the Modernist era. Companies in Sydney, and throughout the world, are continuously striving to improve the wellbeing of their employees and to