Recently, we identified five key workplace trends from Milan Design Week: flexibility, design for introverts, tactility, waste as a raw material and wellbeing. This week, we caught up with Caroline Till, co-founder of futures agency FranklinTill to delve deeper into just one of them: tactility. Take a look at our top tactile picks from CDW18.
These days, people are transitioning from the traditional office space to one that improves happiness and incorporates biophilic design (natural lighting, fresh air, more plants in the office). From sustainable furniture to LED lighting, the modern working world is making more of an effort to join the conversation on environmental preservation.
With under a year to go before the UK leaves the EU, Peldon Rose is launching the Brexit Business Survey. We would love to hear your views on the impact Brexit is having on you, your company and your senior management’s plans for the office environment. Complete the survey for the chance to win a £250 John Lewis voucher.
Salone del Mobile – otherwise known as Milan Design Week – celebrated its 57th year in 2018 and features everything from digital, graphics and print to interiors and products. We went along to examine the trends and innovations with implications for workplace design. Here are our top five concepts from Milan.
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