The Scandinavian startup Hoffice aims to bring rigor and productivity to the concept of home-based co-working spaces.
It sounds like a kind of support group for lonely freelancers and telecommuters. But what happens when everyone's on the phone?
Will offices of the future be activity-based ‘neighbourhoods’? It’s working for KPMG.
Co.Design talked to a slew of experts about how design is changing the way we experience cities, from where we live to how we eat.
An interesting look at what is often yet another dreary trend list. This author actually seems to think outside the box. As a workplace future nut, I'm always looking for that connection. This one is provocative.
"The design duo took top honors in the Workplace of the Future 2.0 competition, presented byMetropolis and Business Interiors by Staples. (See all the finalists here.) Their submission, Organic Grid+, flipped the basic open-office layout on its head by putting the employee’s well-being at the forefront, while also addressing ergonomics and sustainability in one concise plan."
Are we really going to be plucking our salad from the office wall? I don't think so.
Why you should answer all your emails at 3PM.
The impact of Circadian Rhythms on employee performance is finally out of the closet, or, er, bedroom. This is an important topic. Some companies are even installing lighting to support these natural rhythms.