Office memo: the architects of a new flexibility and intimacy in the workplace

Office memo: the architects of a new flexibility and intimacy in the workplace

The dot-com boom led to the birth of the campus space, as workers lived out the bulk of their lives on company property, with their every need catered for. Yet fashion is cyclical, and demand is now spiking for smaller, more flexible spaces with built-in intimacy. The upcoming London HQ for Wolff Olins exemplifies the shift away from desks and meeting rooms towards a more collaborative spirit, reusing and recycling old office equipment wherever possible, while Morgan Lovell’s new office for Taylor Wimpey evokes the upscale domestic arrangements of the developer’s clientele.


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