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Video: Inside The White Company's new office
The White Company have relocated their UK Head Office to Television Centre in White City. The White Company have been creating stylish, beautifully designed products for over 23 years, and their new 32,000 sq ft office is an immersive experience of their brand.

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Designing for a post-Brexit workplace
When the future seems uncertain, a flexible approach makes sense. New ideas around smart working were already gaining ground before the referendum, but they now offer one way to future-proof workspaces for whatever Brexit might bring. Find out how you can adapt your office for the changing workplace.

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How to break down the barriers to creativity in the workplace
How can businesses know whether their workplace is sabotaging the creative potential of their employees and what can companies do about it? Our CEO, Jitesh Patel, explores how business leaders can identify and break down these barriers to create a workplace that helps creative thinking thrive.

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Victoria: A rising hub of London business
Over the past few years, Victoria, London, has been undergoing somewhat of a transformation. Office rents in Victoria remain attractive and the location benefits from great connectivity. It's no wonder that Victoria is a rising star in the London commercial real estate scene.

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Fuelling friendship through office design
For most extroverts, making friends in the office comes naturally. But more often than not, the introverts and ambiverts rely on accidental interactions and proximity to build a relationship over time. So how can your office design help promote social interaction and fuel lasting friendships?

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Beyond Brexit: Investing in a workplace for younger generations
With the post-Brexit era creeping closer, many businesses are re-evaluating how to keep their staff happy and productive in a positive working environment. We surveyed over 600 people across the UK to see how Brexit has impacted their working lives and their office environments. Take a look.

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Coaxing genius through your office design
Attracting and keeping talent is one of the most pressing issues for businesses today – and something in which workplace design plays a significant role. When we say ‘talent’, what we mean of course is talented people. But what if there was another perspective?

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How to build a happy office through sport
This summer is a big season for sporting events, from the World Cup to Wimbledon. By gathering in the office to watch a game, you’re building valuable relationships and trust amongst workers. This is why the communal spaces in your office are so important – employees need to a place where they can relax, bond with colleagues and be part of wider team events.

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