Evolving from the characteristics of the site and existing built environment, the interior design scheme complements the internal structure of the recently redeveloped Windsor Dials buildings
2021 was the year of ‘Office Obsession’. Conversations around the future workplace have become mainstream - it’s fantastic that so many people are now interested in discussing how to improve workplace culture and enhance the space we work in. After all, that’s what we’re about!
We are delighted to announce the forthcoming relocation of our Egham Campus to Windsor!
Area are proud to announce we have been shortlisted for Project of the Year - Workplace Interiors in the 2020 Mixology Awards, for our work with IFS in Staines-upon-Thames.
Isaac Newton had his when he took an apple to the head. Archimedes found his in the bath. Ada Lovelace while making notes in the margin.
One of the more welcome outcomes from the pandemic has been a reinvigorated and better conversation about the environment - we explore how workplace sustainability has changed for good.
As businesses evolve and workplace dynamics shift, determining the optimal amount of office space becomes a crucial decision. Working out how much office space you need is multifaceted and depends on several factors. One of the primary considerations is the space needed per employee.
As the world of work continues to evolve at an unprecedented pace, businesses are increasingly recognising the importance of creating office spaces that not only reflect their brand identity but also foster collaboration, innovation, and employee wellbeing.
In the fast-paced and dynamic landscape of modern business, the traditional office setup is evolving rapidly. Companies are recognising the pivotal role that technology plays in fostering a smart and connected workplace.