Covid-19 has been a litmus test of office adaption. LOM director Richard Hutchinson looks at how we can accommodate future change in the workplace, and why flexibility is key if today’s real estate is to stand the test – and shocks – of time.
The era of dispersed working is here. LOM director Simon Marett looks at how we should define the new purpose of the workplace, and why it will be better for both businesses and staff.
It’s time for offices to adapt not die – John Avery takes a look at how COVID-19 is prompting occupiers to question what they really want and how flexibility is going to shape future workplace strategies.
We outline some of the key issues that have emerged since the COVID-19 lockdown began and what we currently think their influence will be on the workplaces of tomorrow.
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Designing an environment that encourages a positive working culture is key to sustaining a stress-free workplace, says LOM director Simon Marett.
Director Simon Marett gives his insight into flexible workplace design and some of the strategies LOM uses to ensure our client’s buildings are ready for future change.
Director Simon Marett explains why large corporate organisations are adopting coworking and the benefits that this brings.
This article by Simon Marett, Director, LOM Architecture and Design, originally appeared in FX Magazine’s October 2017 issue. We work in an age where the facilities manager is now a key client contact. I remember turning around in a meeting several years ago to see a Facilities Manager emerge from behind the meeting room door,…
With RocketSpace’s new London tech campus LOM has sought to redefine the collaborative workspace. Chris Pyle talks design, interiors and a two year journey! In a city vibrating with young and ambitious start-ups, fuelled by disrupter mind-sets and boundless by technology, the physical spaces we inhabit too often fall desperately short of expectation. We continue…