Professor Jeremy Myerson’s view on how the three Cs remain relevant in the evolving digital age
In an organisation that encourages innovation, the adoption of technology is a totally different process…
We are in the midst of three main shifts and they all call for ditching default thinking
How a closer look at employee behaviour is driving some companies to restructure their offices
Never before has hacker culture had such momentum to connect both digital and physical worlds
More and more people are working from home - what does this mean for the modern workplace?
How the shift from ‘process work’ to ‘knowledge work’ has now become one of the major changes affecting our future workplace
We introduce you to the three Cs - Professor Jeremy Myerson’s summary of the needs of the modern knowledge worker
Are the psychological aspects of workplace design becoming even more important than the physiological ones?
Introducing Next Office™ - a process designed by Kinnarps to restructure your office for a more agile way of working
How do you design a workplace that suits introverts and extroverts simultaneously?
As people are retiring later and later, how do we accommodate this in the design of our workplace?
Happy workers are healthy workers - why social areas are crucial to the design of an office
The origins of the 3Cs concept and the creation of a working model in the form of Kinnarps’ new London showroom.
Why the trend of micro-multinationals is rooted in the ability to move through different spaces and challenge boundaries
A closer look at the effects of digital technology on patterns of working life, courtesy of Professor Jeremy Myerson
Psychological and cultural aspects are taken more seriously in the modern workplace
‘Having a desk job doubles your chances of having a heart attack’ - according to a study by researchers at Loughborough University and the University of Leicester
Dr James Levine suggests that making the simplest of changes to the way we work can have a huge, positive impact on our health
The Swedes take sit-stand working very seriously - why don’t we?
It’s not about just sitting, it’s not about just standing - it’s about varying your posture…
Public Health England (PHE) publish guidelines encouraging officers to stand for at least part of the working day
Phys Ed columnist Gretchen Reynolds explains how sitting for long periods of time can be bad for your physical health
Is the belief that installing sit-stand desks is too expensive merely a costly misconception?
Dr John Buckley shares his insights into the health benefits of sit-stand working
Why employers should also be concerned about the psychological well-being of sedentary workers