The design of the workplace is one of the most visible and important expressions of an organisations commitment to the millennial worker. By 2020 millennials will form 50% of the global workforce.
The last decade in design has indicated a renewed imperative to strengthen the human dynamic when we think about workplace design. Such considerations reinforce an organisation's philosophy and goals.
Workplace design is a science; a problem-solving exercise backed by research, analysis, elimination of preconceptions and logical – at times revolutionary - outcomes.
As a leading Workplace Design Consultancy, we are defining how ‘flexibility’ can be leveraged to improve productive outcomes for clients.
As leading Workplace Design Consultants we are constantly researching how societal and demographic changes across the globe are affecting our clients.
Activity Based Working reshapes the physical and virtual workspace by enabling staff the flexibility to locate based on their specific activity.
Paxton acquired the vacant freehold building next door to their existing premises and, following a recommendation, asked NHQ to turn it into a technology centre that matched their needs and their brand.
Following our recent growth and focus on workplace design consultancy we have updated our name, our brand image and become an incorporated business to reflect our future strategy.
According to a recent article in the Estates Gazette UK based legal firms are beginning to change their work space requirements to reflect new models of working.