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Herman Miller & Naughtone, sitting in a tree..

  • August 16, 2016

'eos Loves' Series- Volume Five Herman Miller are doing incredibly well to affirm their place in our full and aesthetically-driven hearts. Not only being an industry leader, HM are consistently improving their product ranges and services to reignite the flame. Once…

A healthy environment…

  • February 9, 2016

Medibank, Australia’s largest health insurer, wanted a new office design, and they approached design firm Hassell. The studio decided to approach the design with the most important people in mind - the ones who were going to be working there. They…

New Facebook HQ. Like..?

  • August 10, 2015

Facebook recently opened their new HQ in California. The Frank Gehry designed building is basically one massive open plan office. It will be the largest open floor plan in the world, housing over 2,800 'engineers'. The Wall Street Journal describes the interior:…

Workplace branding is more than skin deep…

  • May 18, 2015

We read an article recently on Office Snapshots about branding in the workplace: “When we think of a brand, chances are that a logo, several products, and maybe an advertisement will come to mind. Coca-cola and Coke, Apple and iPhones,…

Bolon Beautiful

  • May 1, 2015

'eos Loves' Series- Volume One Alas, a time to express recent innovations in interior flooring. Today features a personal favourite, It's called 'Bolon' and it was founded by Nils-Erik Eklund in Stockholm. The romance began over 60 years ago with…

Happy office, happy workers…

  • January 30, 2015

It's pretty much a given that the environment we work in affects how we work, how we feel, whether we kick the cat when we get home. But what specific factors can affect working efficiency and general wellbeing? This infographic…

Are open-plan offices failing?

  • December 9, 2014

Another article on how the space people work in affects how they work. According to this article on the Big Think, numerous studies have found that “Open-office plans fail workers and businesses in nearly every respect: they remove privacy and individual control…

The death of the desk..?

  • September 18, 2014

There's a lot of talk about 'new ways of working' at the moment, people working more collaboratively, moving people out of offices and into shared spaces, 'hotdesking', all basically trying to get workers to talk to each other and interact…

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