Office design for flexibility, longevity and adaptability

Circular Economy in office design

Monday, 7th February 2022 – Insights

The circular economy is an alternative to the standard, linear economy of make, use and dispose. Here, we outline what a circular economy is and how it affects office design.

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Three of our top sustainable office designs

Thursday, 6th January 2022 – Insights

Sustainable office design is an integral part of our mission here at Morgan Lovell. This insight outlines three of our top sustainable office designs.

Office design and fit out for energy efficiency

MEES regulations: how they will impact building owners and landlords

Monday, 13th December 2021 – Insights

An insight into MEES regulations and what effect they will have on building owners and landlords.

What is low carbon fit out

What is a low carbon fit out?

Tuesday, 2nd November 2021 – Insights

We’re all aware of the threat that climate change poses, and August’s IPCC report was the starkest warning yet that without major change we are headed for a climate catastrophe.

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An Eye on Design | What is it like to be an office designer?

Tuesday, 19th October 2021 – Insights

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be one of our designers? Paul Dare, head of design in London, talks about why he chose the world of commercial interiors, the behind-the-scenes of office design and what he hopes to see in the future.

Happy employees discussing ESG in workplace

ESG in the workplace

Tuesday, 13th July 2021 – Insights

Sustainability, good community relations and strong corporate governance used to be considered voluntary for organisations – something the best businesses prided themselves on but which may have been a tick-box exercise for others.

Workplace 3.0 office of the future

Workplace 3.0: The office of the future

Friday, 2nd July 2021 – Insights

Covid-19 has turned our personal lives and working worlds upside down. After months of forced participation in a comprehensive work-from-home experiment, our expectations around work and the workplace have fundamentally changed accelerating a trend already evident over the past two decades.

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How can office design entice people back to the workplace?

Tuesday, 18th May 2021 – Insights

Workplace design is changing in a post-pandemic world. We look at why offices need to work harder and much more in our latest insight.

Office design influence on company culture

How does office design influence your company culture?

Wednesday, 12th May 2021 – Insights

While workplace culture may seem an intangible force, the benefits of a positive one are most certainly not. We look at these benefits and much more in our latest insight.

Employees discussing workplace culture

Workplace culture and the office of the future

Wednesday, 5th May 2021 – Insights

Culture is an organisation’s character or personality. Created by its values, rituals, attitudes and behaviours, it’s ‘the way things are done around here’.

Staff collaborating in balanced workplace

The balanced workplace and the office of the future

Thursday, 25th March 2021 – Insights

As individuals and organisations start planning their return to the office environment over the next few months, the workplace needs to reflect people’s changed priorities. The post-pandemic office needs to be a balanced workplace which supports people in all aspects of their lives. Organisations which fail to adapt and create the right balance will struggle as their people vote with their feet.

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What is the balanced workplace?

Wednesday, 17th March 2021 – Insights

Over the past year, expectations around work have fundamentally changed. As people start planning their return to the office, the workplace needs to reflect our changed priorities. Organisations which fail to adapt and create the right balance will struggle as their people vote with their feet. A balanced workplace supports people to lead lives where all aspects of their existence – work, family, friends, hobbies and personal values – feel supported. But what does it actually mean?