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Mandy Leeming, Design and Development Manager for Interface EMEA, discusses that by aligning colour psychology with design trends, companies can create flexible and productive environments while giving employees the freedom to choose where and how they work best.

Following the Government’s White Paper pledge to cut red tape to boost house-building, Dave Bennett, Business Manager for Topcon GB and Ireland, argues that making construction more efficient through better use and sharing of data is key.

A design revolution is taking place across offices and working environments everywhere, and glass has a key role to play in the workplaces of the future. Joanna Lush at Gx Glass explains more.

As the national obesity crisis worsens and a regular flow of statistics informs us that we’re a nation in trouble, we seem to have become obsessed with how fit or unfit we are. No surprise then that this interest has started to manifest itself in the workplace. Michael Page, Joint Managing Director of workplace consultant, Saracen Interiors, explains more.

In October, Sektor Interior Solutions hosted a roundtable with figures from the design and construction community including AHR, IBI Group, MRL Design, Space Group and Travis Perkins. Here we explore what the discussion reported – in particular the drivers influencing the changing shape of our interior spaces and the opportunities that innovation presents.

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