August 2, 2022
Last year’s COP26 saw an encouraging number of companies from the built environment sector committing to a reduction in carbon emissions – but what does this mean for architects and designers in their everyday lives? How can they specify spaces that prioritise sustainability? As part of Interface’s programme of events at this year’s Clerkenwell Design…
July 25, 2022
Kingsley Napley is a law firm committed to challenging legal workplace traditions. Moving to a new office space towards the end of 2021 was an opportunity for the company to have a headquarters that reflects its mission. It opted for an unconventional new home for a legal practice, relocating to a 58,000 sq ft space…
March 28, 2022
In September 2021, Salesforce announced it reached net zero emissions across its entire value chain and achieved 100% renewable energy for its global operations. This announcement came well ahead of its projected goal of 2030. Reducing infrastructure emissions was a key area of focus for achieving Salesforce’s net-zero goal. To help it get there, the company…
February 24, 2022
Our creative hub in Clerkenwell is now officially open for visitors! We have worked hard to establish a unique flexible space that will bring together customers, colleagues, architects and designers to collaborate and define the future of flooring.
November 15, 2021
When replacing the flooring, the agency had a clear brief in mind: to create the very best working environment for its team. The company is made up of PR professionals, designers and marketers, all with differing requirements from their workspace
October 21, 2021
Over the last four years we have been investigating the many benefits that a human centred design approach can offer, focusing on human connections to nature through the evolutionary approach of Biophilic Design. Much of what affects whether design is beneficial or not, comes down to our sensory experiences of spaces.
October 14, 2021
Offices are continuing to adapt and are striving to create more flexibility in the workplace, providing spaces which feel much more homely, and much less corporate, with a real focus on occupant wellbeing – the ‘resi-mercial’ trend.
September 6, 2021
The design of offices and its effect on the wellbeing and productivity of staff has a direct impact on a business’ success. Architects and designers have a responsibility to achieve this diversity and wellbeing – trying to focus in a busy office is no easy feat if you have a low threshold for sensory stimulation