Can a ‘weird and wild’ office space make you a better worker? We are exploring some of the most unusual &‘inspiring’ office and workspaces across the country and if you know of any others please get in touch with us For most of us the office is not just a great place to work or […]
Apple will account for 40% of the development’s total office space. Apple is to establish a new London headquarters at Battersea Power Station, one of the city’s most recognisable landmarks. The tech giant will occupy about 500,000 sq ft of space across six floors of the central Boiler House from 2021, moving 1,400 employees there from eight offices […]
Co-working involves working with and alongside others. There is an abundant amount of reasons for why that’s helpful. Being around like-minded people inspires you to be creative, and focus. Plus, it’s encouraging to know there are others in the same boat as you. All of them – working on something that’s important to them.
In recent years, major companies have begun to introduce the idea of the all-inclusive office – most famously, Google’s US headquarters, with their quirky décor, chill-out rooms and open plan spaces. The idea is to encourage a more holistic work experience, with gyms, lounges, cafeterias and a mind-boggling range of other facilities to keep employees healthy, happy and motivated. Until recently, the only way to get these perks was to work for a corporation big enough to afford them in their permanent office space – but this coming January, The Office Group will open the doors on their renovated serviced offices at Henry Wood House and offer London an entirely new breed of workspace.