Technology is removing the absolute need for the physical workplace, but by imagining “the best in this best of possible worlds” it will still have a very important purpose.
The complex interplay of the forces driving the workplaces of the future
As legislators and business leaders look at new ways to encourage staff to disconnect, could the answer have been in our hands all along?
There is enormous potential for british regional centres other than London to capitalise on the worldwide phenomenon of smart cities..
New working practices and increasing urbanisation mean the world’s cities are becoming increasingly important elements in the work and place mix
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(by @paulcarder co-founder @occupiers) London's Financial Times reported this morning, "The worst London Underground strike in more than a decade saw millions of Londoners struggle to get…