What was The Buzz in October?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. Aside from a(nother) new Prime Minister, mini-budget U-turns, and a seemingly ever-shrinking economy, in the real estate world, the focus largely remains on work and workplace. October also saw CREtech NY, see our earlier overview for a roundup on that. Health and wellbeing remain...

What was The Buzz in September?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. It’s been a busy month of events, you’ll have seen our posts on GCUC and FlexWorld in London, as well as London Design Festival. GWA FlexForward was also held in the US and the BCO Presidents lunch took place at the Guildhall in...

What was The Buzz in August?

Our monthly roundup of real estate industry news. The Dezeen Awards 2022 architecture longlist was revealed at the beginning of the month featuring over 300 of the world’s best architecture, interiors and design as well as the studios and the individual architects and designers producing the most outstanding work. There are 47...

What was The Buzz in July?

July was…well…hot. As record temperatures hit the country and many of us battled fruitlessly to keep cool, there was still plenty going on in real estate. Here are some of the highlights: The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announced the six buildings competing for the 2022 RIBA Stirling Prize, recognising...

What was The Buzz in June?

From a four-day working week to World Environment Day 2022, June saw a host of environmental and social events. Here we take a look back at June’s highlights in the world of Real Estate and beyond. The world’s biggest four-day work week trial began in the UK. Employees from 70 companies...

11 Amazing Offices That You Will Want To Work In

Given our recent musings on office design, we started to consider the places we’d most like to work.   Finding a job that inspires us and where we feel part of a great team is of course important, but so too is the space. Here are some designs of incredible offices in...

What is biophilic design and what are the benefits?

Put simply, biophilia is about bringing the outdoors in, using natural features and finishes to create an environment that boosts wellbeing.   Here, we explore biophilic design and the benefits it can have on the workplace.   Where does the concept come from?  The term ‘Biophilia’ was coined by Edward O Wilson, who was one...

What was The Buzz in May?

May was a big month for industry events, kicking off with FlexSA in London, followed by GCUC in Seattle and CREtech Climate in Copenhagen. Themes across the board centred on employee wellbeing, how important ESG is as we stand on the precipice of irreversible climate change, and the rise and...