Interior design plays a critical role in whole project success. Space planning and furniture layouts have a significant impact on building services and lighting positions, which are critical to fix at early stages as it is more difficult to move services as projects progress with Passivhaus.
We are able to help your business navigate the COVID-19 impacted workspace by advising on immediate requirements, the transition back to the office for staff and the future redefined office. Many clients are still exploring hybrid spaces where activities can effectively take place both in person and remotely.
We are pleased to announce our involvement in a retrofit project for the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). This new project aims to achieve multiple sustainable building certifications, including BREEAM Outstanding, the Passivhaus ‘EnerPHit’ standard and WELL Gold certification.
Second-hand furniture is a great way to reduce carbon emissions and encourage attitude changes regarding sustainability. We believe that reusing existing materials/fit-out and furniture helps minimize the throwaway culture and sets a great example by reducing landfill waste.
Second-hand furniture can be unique and appealing – and bang on trend!
The environment in which people live or work can make a deep impression on their productivity and mental health. This has obviously implications for how well students learn or even how profitable a business might be. Here we explore the properties of colour and effects these have on our mood and abilities as well as the effects of biophilic design.
Earlier this month, Eve spoke at the CFCI's webinar to explore how the workplace will change as a result of COVID-19. The presentation provided informative, cutting edge research into the trends of office design, which ones will survive and what no longer works.