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Deskercise – How to be Healthy

This blog looks at some of the top deskercises (exercises at your desk) for those who don’t even have the time to nip out for a lunchtime sandwich.

  1. Sabotaging your health

Apparently sitting for long periods of time is having a negative impact on your future health. Your muscles don’t burn as much fat, good cholesterol (HDL) levels go down and blood flow becomes sluggish. So – do your future self a favour and take breaks from sitting. Here’s our top excuses to get up and move about.

Take the stairs
It’s obvious and its always included and that’s for one simple reason – it works. It’s a basic small change and one which you’ll find easier each time you do it. Once you master taking the stairs instead of the lift really go for the burn and take two at a time!

Brownie points 
Been sat at your desk for the whole afternoon? Then take a break in the guise of helping fellow work colleagues. Offer to make a round of drinks, get supplies from the stationary cupboard or nip to the shops for some milk (not brownies!). Your colleagues will thank you and so will your fitter future self.

Be nosy 
Even more interesting than lending a hand is being nosy. Go for a wander around the office. Visit colleagues on other floors (taking the stairs of course). Stop sending internal emails and go and meet that person face-to-face, its better communication and it’s better for your waistline.

  1. Bad backs

A major side effect which two thirds of adults suffer from is a bad back. Hunching over a computer is the main reason for back pain. Our bodies are not designed for a sedentary lifestyle yet most of sit in front of our computers for hours at a time. This does untold damage to our backs but below are a few easy tips on ways you can combat this.

Shrug your shoulders
This exercise really is that simple. Raise your shoulders up to your ears for five seconds and then relax. Doing 15 reps of these throughout the day will help relieve tension in your shoulders.

Put your head in your hands
While you may want to warn colleagues that you haven’t fallen into a pit of despair this deskercises will release tension in your neck. Clasp your hands and bring both palms to the back of your head. Then, sitting up straight, press your hands towards your thighs, tucking your chin into your chest. When pressing down use your hands to gently pull your head away from your shoulders (this will give you an even more intense stretch).

  1. Fun and easy

If all the above sounds too complicated, then try the easiest deskercises there is. Stand up and then sit down – without using your hands. Repeating this can be a challenge but it’s a great exercise for your trunk and pelvis which will help get your core in better shape.

Finally, the most fun of all is to substitute your chair for an exercise ball. This is great for those with lower back problems. While sitting on the exercise ball you engage all your lower body muscles to stay balanced. This really is one your fitter healthier future self will thank you for.

Totaljobs have some neat infographics for a bunch exercises you can do in the workplace.

But what do you think? Share your thoughts on staying fit at work with us or get in touch with a team member to find out more on how we can help your workplace design!


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Generation Z: Is your workplace ready?

Are you prepared for Generation Z?

They’re the demographic group following the Millennials and are starting to trickle into the workforce now.

Born after 1995, Generation Z don’t remember life without a smartphone in their pocket. They’re true digital natives.

But what do we know about these young people, and how will they impact the workplace?

The typical Gen Z

Generation Z has grown up with globalisation, recession, climate change, terrorism and technology expansion. And like the Millennials before them, this group has enjoyed the benefits of smaller family sizes, strong parental guidance, and heavy use of social media and portable technologies.

According to David Stillman, a Gen Z expert, a typical Gen Z is hard working, loyal and responsible. They value face to face communication and care about their impact on society.

And according to Stillman’s research, there are 7 personality traits that define Gen Z.

#1. Pragmatic. 60% say they want a long career with one company

#2. Competitive. Almost half consider themselves very competitive

#3. Connected. 84% prefer face to face communications with a boss

#4. Socially responsible. 93% say that a company’s impact on society affects their choice to work there

#5. Customisers. No limit to ideas but half would rather get a job than create one

#6. Plugged in. Technology is in their DNA. 90.6% of Gen Z say that a company’s technological sophistication would impact their choice to work there

#7. Self-reliant. Even though 77% say personal relationships with co-workers are important, many prefer to learn at their own pace.

What does this mean for the workplace?

One thing is for certain — Gen Z in the workplace will mean change.

Just what change is still uncertain. But based on our research, here’s our take on what it will mean and what you need to do to get ready.

  1. Encourage face-to-face communication and collaboration

Growing up with technology means Gen Z are continually connected to their friends and peers online. But this hasn’t diminished their desire for face to face communication. Remember, Stillman’s research found 84% of Gen Z prefer face to face communications with a boss.

While Gen Z may be more independent and entrepreneurial than previous generations, studies show they also enjoy collaborating with co-workers. One study shows that 41% of Gen Z say they prefer to work in an office for better communication with their colleagues.

  1. Nurture talent and encourage growth and learning

The pragmatic Gen Z group seem keen for some stability in their careers. Perhaps because they’re reacting to the gig economy endured by the Millennials before them, they would prefer to work for an organization that will support their growth and development.

Studies show this group will seek guidance, direction and support. Helping them progress and acquire new skills will build loyalty. Indicators show Gen Z are not afraid of hard work — some are calling them self-motivated go-getters.

  1. Provide a tech-centred workplace

When you’ve grown up with technology all around you, you expect it to be good. Gen Z will need the latest technology that allows them to stay connected and work efficiently. A company’s technological sophistication will impact their decision to work there, and stay working there.

  1. Offer work flexibility

This generation wants to make a difference at work and in the world in general. They’re competitive, self-reliant and socially responsible, willing to put in the time and effort to make big things happen.

But according to author Deep Patel, growing up in a fast-paced, technology-driven environment also means they have little patience for wasting time or putting in 9-to-5 hours when it’s not necessary. They subscribe to the adage of “work smart, not hard.”

Read also: Activity-Based-Working, Future-Proof-Your-Workplace

These new kids on the block have a lot to offer the workplace. They have big aspirations and will create change.

You ready?

Our mission at Formline Group is to help create vibrant and productive workplaces where people love to work. Want to find out more? Give us a call on 1300 641 800 or email

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Biophilic Design

Biophilia refers to the innate bond we, as human beings, have with nature & our natural surroundings. In turn, Biophilic Design takes this bond and applies it to spaces where we work, live & relax.

Biophilic design has gained huge prominence in recent times as the subsequent benefits such as wellbeing and reductions in staff stress levels have become hard to ignore. Here we’ll take a look at b-design & the benefits.

What is Biophilic Office Design?

Biophilic office design refers to an increasing trend of bringing the outdoors indoors, or more precisely, into the workplace. A common misconception is that biophilic design translates to adding lots of plant life and shrubbery. But it’s far more complex than that.

There are some simple principles that we can be aware of, and that can be relatively easy to incorporate into any workplace. Such as: access to natural light & views of the outside, utilising available outside areas, embracing colour, incorporating natural features like woods & stones, including plant life in the workplace, giving staff space & choice. Think ABW.

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Why Biophilic Office Design? The benefits.

Research into the various benefits of biophilic design has gone a long way. Introducing elements of nature into the workplace has been proven to increase staff productivity, creativity and morale.

Improved productivity

Workers with an exposed level of contact with nature are at least 15% more productive, compared to those with minimal contact. This can be attributed to a variety of factors. Including but not limited to better air quality, greater sense of wellbeing, improved concentration levels and/or a greater choice of work settings, including outdoor areas.

Increased concentration levels

Plant life in the workplace can vary from a selection of potted plants, to elaborate living walls, but the end result is the same. They increase oxygen levels in the workplace. Which in turn, decreases mental fatigue and increases concentration levels and overall productivity.

Creativity blossoms

A more stimulating workplace allows creativity to flourish. It can be nurtured through the inclusion of features like artwork, wall art and graphics, but also simple improvements like access to natural light can have a really positive impact.

Enhanced staff wellbeing

All of the above factors play their part in enhancing staff wellbeing, which can have a real tangible impact on the bottom line as staff absence decreases and staff productivity and output increases.

Greater staff retention

As wellbeing levels increases, so too does staff retention which is a key concern for many, if not all companies. Recruitment costs coupled with lost output as new staff members get trained can be substantial. Biophilic office design can help to engage and retain staff by providing them with a workplace where they enjoy working.


Designing office spaces to create inspiring & engaging environments while including biophilic elements will ensure that workers feel great. This is the future of the corporate office: a space that combines the cutting edge of office design with the staying power of biophilia. It’s truly a win-win. There are endless (& easy!) ways that you can integrate biophilia into your office design. It all just comes down to your choice of materials & the feeling that you want to evoke in your employees.

Contact us today to talk about the possibilities!


6 tips for ideal freelance workspace

One of the biggest perks that comes from freelancing is the ability to work whenever, wherever and even however.

There are two types of freelancers; those who work primarily from home and those who rent a co-working office space. As a freelancer, wherever you decide to work there are some basic factors to consider to ensure you work efficiently. Here’s our top 6 tips that will help you create the ideal workspace. And business owners, in order to future proof your space, you should consider providing for these guys!


You’ll find that these days the 9-5 working day is rare. This has come as a result of an increase in flexible working, working from home and freelancers. If you are confined to working in a traditional office environment, there may be limitations on the hours you work due to the building having to close. As a freelancer, you have the freedom to work as you wish. If for example you’re engrossed in a big project and need to work into the night, when freelancing you need to make sure your workplace has 24-hour access.


Having the option to work from home means you have the luxury of the comfort of your own, private space. That’s not just the transition from working in an uncomfortable office chair for eight hours a day to something more ergonomically comfortable, but when working from home you have control over other simple amenities, such as lighting and temperature. We’ve all encountered an office experience where that one colleague is too cold to work with a window open during the summer and the rest of the team are subject to work in uncomfortable and unbearable heat.

Comfort is necessary in order to remain motivated. If you know you have to endure yet another day in a hot office in an uncomfortable chair it’s hard to muster the positive concentration needed to work effectively.


Another key thing to consider in a freelance space is organisation. Whether you’ve hired a space or work from home, it’s of paramount importance that everything you need is stored away suitably. The last thing you want to be doing is wasting valuable time searching for March 2013’s report, or a ruler, when you could be working.

Your own space

A problem of working in a busy office is the amount of distraction that surrounds you. Phones ringing, conversations between colleagues and general noise can be highly distracting. This can cause a problem if you spend a lot of time on the phone to clients.

It’s also advantageous to have your own space if you need privacy to make confidential phone calls for example. Think quiet zones at workplaces – ABW.

Having what you need where you need it

If working from home or in a co-working space, you need to make sure you have all the facilities you need to help your day run smoothly. For example, if you need to do a lot of printing make sure that you either have the necessary equipment or are in close distance to somewhere that does. If you do work from home and fancy a change of scenery and would prefer to work in a local coffee shop for example this is easily done. All you need is your laptop, an internet connection and you’re ready to roll!

Finally, cost!

An advantage of freelance work is that you don’t necessarily have to pay extortionate overheads. Freelance workers need a workspace that they can afford to pay for while still making money.

For those who don’t want to work from home or lounge about in trendy coffee shops all day, there are a number of co-working options and spaces available.

If you’re considering making provision in your workplace for freelancers, contact us to chat about how!


How your office can keep you healthy

Here’s how you can boost your staff’s productivity through encouraging healthy habits in the office.

Remove temptation

If there’s always chocolate biscuits in the breakout room, they’ll always be eaten! Ok they might seem innocent, but they’re detrimental to your health. Loaded with sugar, high GI carbs and fat – they’re digested quickly and don’t keep you feeling full for long. Also who can only have one chocolate biscuit?! If you’re constantly topping up the digestives, why not think about swapping these for a daily fruit basket instead?

Healthy choices

If you supply basics for your staff, then provide low sugar and low carb alternatives. This will keep your staff’s blood sugar more regulated throughout the day, instead of experiencing a spike first thing and then sugar dips mid-morning.

Encourage brekkie

Healthy choices are best kept up when they form part of a habit. To get your staff in the habit of having breakfast, use this to form the cornerstone of a team ritual. We bet if you do a quick poll, an alarming number of your staff will be skipping the most important meal of the day. Providing a fridge and microwave is essential in enabling your staff to bring in their own food. Remove the need for pre-packaged foods full of preservatives and high-sugar alternatives.


Stand up

Standing desks are becoming increasingly popular, due to the dual health benefits of increased blood flow and heightened calorie burn. We spend an exceptional amount of time sitting. Whether it’s at a chair at our desks, on the train, or sitting in front of the TV.  Standing at work is one of the easiest ways to reduce your sedentary time.  It’s been proven that standing can burn up to 50 calories more per hour than sitting. If you stand for three hours a day, five days a week – this equates to 750 calories a week, the same as a medium intensity 60 minute fitness class! What an easy way to squeeze in an extra workout…

Break time

Although we’ve mostly focused on bad foods, there are still benefits to eating and taking a break! Having a decent break for lunch in an open space encourages staff to leave their desk, sit down and unwind. Not only does this stop them from continually staring at their monitor (and splashing bolognese on the keyboard) but it encourages interaction between colleagues. ABW

Encouraging healthy habits can really improve employee motivation, productivity, and engagement. Something as simple as walking meetings or allowing employees to take an half hour break to go and get some fresh air can make a massive difference. 

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How Lighting Affects Productivity

Feelings of health and well-being can change with just the flick of a switch. Different lighting types and temperatures can evoke feelings of alertness. In contrast, if chosen poorly, lethargy.

Whether you’re refreshing your interior design or completing a whole new fitout, it’s important to understand what lighting is best for different areas.

There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution to lighting in the workplace.

According to HOK Lighting Director Tom Kaczkowski, lighting design “depends on the atmosphere that we are trying to create within the work environment.”

We work closely with our clients to specify lighting systems that add visual impact and align with their overall workplace design, while also boosting the efficiency of their team so they can achieve their goals.

Here are a few of our fave picks.



LED lighting is the next best thing to natural sunlight. The long-lasting bulbs consume up to 90% less power than incandescent bulbs. They last up to 20 years without replacement. They also give you control over light levels, hue and distribution,ensuring your team get optimum light to maximise their productivity. LED lights are also a safer option, as they generate almost no heat and aren’t hot to the touch.

Recessed ceiling

This lighting style is a popular choice in offices, thanks to its flexibility, reliability and energy efficiency. You can choose from downlights, troffer lights, or a combination of both. With their trough-like shape and downward-facing placement, troffer lights allow light to be distributed evenly over large areas. Downlights are more flexible in arrangement. Either way, the variety of trims and lamp options make them ideal for workplaces.

Feature pendant

Pendant lamps add intrigue to your interior design, with a gentle ambient light that suits professional firms, innovative start-ups and creative agencies – as well as collaboration zones in all types of business. There are a huge range to choose from, including timber, steel, wicker, concrete, glass, fabric, copper. For a retro touch, consider an exposed Edison bulb with visible filaments and a soft yellow glow.


Sometimes You Need to Take it Outdoors

Picture a 20-degree day: blue sky, calm breeze, the smell of freshly mown grass, the distant cry of birds. A small band of colleagues, tablets and coffee cups at hand, gather in lounge chairs outdoors under a tree for a moment to connect and refocus.

They could be meeting in their team space or a conference room, but they opt for the great outdoors. It’s a delicious day and there’s WiFi & power access on the terrace. That’s the favourite spot when the weather is agreeable and they need to discuss or debrief on a project. It’s a great haven for individuals who need a brain break, too.

Team members think of this terrace as their “outdoor third place”. One of those gathering places, like a coffee shop that serves as a relaxing, welcoming, stimulating alternative to the first place (home) and second place (office).

The idea of having an outdoor breakout space on site is the next stage in a movement to bring the third place into the workplace. The move comes in response to workers’ need for well-equipped on-site retreat spaces that encourage both creative collaboration and focused solo work.

Employees, whether they work in-house or nomadically, want environments that do more than just support their work. They want spaces that inspire and stimulate them.

And few settings do that better than a well-appointed work area on a patio, deck, rooftop or balcony.

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Working outside can have its challenges, of course – wind and rain being the most obvious. But while we can’t control the elements, we can manage several factors that make for a great outdoor work experience:

  • Reliable internet access
  • Plentiful power outlets
  • Comfortable, functional furniture
  • Sufficient access to shade via pergola, canopy, awning, umbrellas or trees.

Looking for more outdoors design inspiration? Browse our furniture gallery or make an enquiry!

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Colour Psychology


The colour scheme selected for any work environment has the potential to have a major impact on employee productivity & workplace wellbeing. Colour changes perception of temperature, sparks creativity and even influences emotions. To quote Picasso ‘Colours, like features follow the changes of the emotions’.

Our design professionals are acutely aware that certain colours can positively contribute to happiness, productivity, and even physical health in a workplace. However, that doesn’t mean that they can simply apply a coat of paint and hey presto, magically these objectives are reached. We explore and understand the combination and relationship between other elements like lighting, textures, furniture and also your company culture. The key is finding the right balance and creating a space that is comfortable. Somewhere staff can enjoy working & do so productively.

Every colour has a psychological property.

Each primary colour contains a property trait: Red is Physical, Blue is Intellectual, Yellow is Emotional & Green is Balance. But how does this affect your working environment?

Blue often ignites feelings of peacefulness. Think blue skies, waterfalls. Rooms decorated in blue can have a relaxing effect on people. The colour is also proven to boost higher rates of productivity, opening up the mind. It’s easier for employees to meet and work together in a positive light by incorporating blue in a conference room like above. Calm, comfortable, low-pressure environment.

Green is associated with health, wellness and growth. A very popular colour for hospitals, but also an excellent choice for offices. Green doesn’t cause eye fatigue and like blue, it also has calming effects. Since green is commonly associated with nature, incorporating it into an office design helps workers feel rejuvenated and connected to the outside world. Biophilic design is a popular way to go about this like pictured.

When you mention yellow, the sun is the first thing many people think of. It’s cheerful, warm, energizing and typically makes people feel optimistic. A little yellow can go a long way. Adding touches of yellow as a highlight in different office areas can help inspire creative thinking.

“Businesses should always consider the use of colour to promote a positive image, as well to establish an environment where people will prosper”. – Sonica Bucksteg, Dulux Colour Specialist

Modern workplaces provide staff with an abundance of choice and flexibility with regard to how they work. We expect the colour trend to continue as companies strive to create homely, colourful and vibrant spaces where staff love to work.

Contact us today for your free colour consult 🙂

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Creative Walls for Workplaces

Walls are essential to any office fitout, but that doesn’t mean they have to be boring. There are plenty of ways to make office walls creative, while maximising the natural light and space in your office. Our interior design team go beyond paint colours and artwork to create walls that inspire your team and help them achieve your business goals. Whether you’re looking to refresh your office space or undergoing a complete fitout, these examples from our designers may be just the inspiration you need to rethink the plain old office wall.

Living or Artificial Green Walls

Green walls are a dynamic way to add some 3 dimensional life to your office. Both real & artificial plants are effective at introducing a sense of nature into your workplace. Living plants can make your office more sustainable, by providing natural insulation & reducing air pollution.

Glass Walls

Glass allows natural light to filter through the office and make rooms seem bigger than they are. It also fosters an open and collaborative working environment, where everyone feels connected and involved. Glass walls are ideal if you have meeting rooms in the centre of the office, away from windows and natural light.


Timber is often used in fittings and furnishings, but have you considered using it on your walls? It’s an affordable and flexible material that can be used on an entire wall, or designed as a feature to add interest to a particular area of the office. Timber panels can also be used as a screen to divide a large area into smaller spaces, without closing off the area completely.


Exposed Brick

Using exposed bricks can complement an urban interior design, adding visual and textural contrasts. It’s ideal for older or heritage-listed buildings as it highlights the architectural features of the building. Exposed brick walls can also make the space seem warm and cozy.


Graphics on walls are becoming hugely popular. From the chalkboard where staff can add notes, to visuals that capture the values of the company. It’s a cost-effective solution to add colour to your office space and instantly transform the look and feel of a room. Whether you use removable decals or paint on the wall directly, there are plenty of options.

Eco Panelling

Eco panelling is light, flexible, fire resistant, affordable and environmentally friendly. It provides excellent sound absorption, making it ideal for meeting spaces or quiet rooms. Great way to add interest, warmth and texture.

Operable Walls

Operable walls are constructed with movable, interlocking panels suspended from an overhead track system. They’re ideal for companies that require a flexible workspace. They can be used to divide large spaces into smaller areas, such as meeting rooms, extra offices or function spaces. Operable walls come in a range of colours and finishes, including integration of whiteboards to foster creativity, so your walls can align to the rest of your interior design.

If you’re looking for a corporate interior design company with more than 25 years’ experience, contact the team at Formline Group Projects today.

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The Rise Of Activity Based Working

Globalisation and technology have not only changed how we work, but where we conduct daily activities in the workplace. According to the Telsyte Australian Digital Workplace Study, the growth of Activity Based Working in Australian organisations will increase from 28% in 2015 to 66% in 2020. ABW is significant in its ability to improve communications and introduce more efficient processes.

If you’re planning changes to your office interior design, now is the time to consider whether Activity Based Working is right for you.

What is Activity Based Working?

Activity Based Working (ABW) is a style of office design that allows employees to customise their environment to their individual working style.

Rather than giving employees one place to complete their work, they are provided with a choice of environments. Each designed to support different activities. These may include conference rooms for formal meetings and quiet areas for focused work. Also open-plan areas for teamwork and casual areas for impromptu conversations.

While many people associate ABW with hot-desking, it’s more than just setting up a desking program or encouraging employees to work from home. Certainly these aspects may be incorporated into an ABW program. However the focus is to support employees while they’re in the office, so they perform at their potential best every day.

Benefits of Activity Based Working

Incorporating ABW into your office interior design offers a range of advantages for your company and the employees.

These include:

· Improving workplace productivity and efficiency.

· Supporting business growth and objectives.

· Greater collaboration among people and teams in the company.

· Fostering innovation.

· More face-to-face interaction, with less email and paper documentation.

· Improving talent attraction and retention.

· Supporting environmental sustainability initiatives.

· Maximising real estate space and building management costs.

· Supporting technology trends such as mobility and connectivity.

· Boosting workplace culture.

If you’d like to explore how Activity Based Working could benefit your business, talk to one of our consultants today.

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How To Foster Innovation In The Workplace

“If you look after your staff, they’ll look after your consumers. It’s that simple.” – Richard Branson

In today’s competitive market, innovation in the workplace is something that all companies strive to achieve. It leads to new ideas, new approaches and new ways of working, which can drive business growth and put your company on the path to long-term success. However, companies often make the mistake of focusing on products and services when looking for opportunities to be innovative. They’re forgetting that the most valuable source of creativity in any business is the people that work there.

The benefits of a positive workplace culture

Workplace culture is essentially the personality of your company. It involves the physical workspace, company values and staff mindset, as well as the expectations and goals of people across the organisation. A company has a positive culture if its employees feel like their needs are met and they’re aligned with the mission, vision and values of the organisation.

The result? A highly motivated workforce and better outcomes. The University of Warwick UK did a study and found that happy employees are up to 20% more productive. Staff satisfaction also has a significant impact on innovation in the workplace. Positive moods are associated with creativity and goal attainment. A positive culture can also predict strong financial performance.

How to boost innovation in the workplace

Developing a workplace strategy is one of the best ways to foster an innovative workplace culture. We start by defining the needs and values of your company and its employees, looking at every aspect of your new office to determine how it will support those needs and values. We also ensure your physical environment is aligned to your work processes. So that you can maintain peak performance at every stage of the project.

Here are some tips to consider when refurbishing or relocating your office, so you can foster a positive workplace culture and nurture the creativity of your team:

  1. A good office layout is essential for a positive workplace culture. Open meeting areas, collaborative hubs, quiet rooms and wellness rooms. These activity based workspaces encourage staff to build relationships and work together as a team.
  2. Design the desk layout to encourage communication between employees and teams. This will lead to better problem-solving and decision-making across the organisation.
  3. A creative office interior design can inspire employees to think outside the box and enjoy the time they spend in the office. Whether it’s textured paint colours, natural light or inspiring artworks, there are plenty of ways to brighten your workplace.
  4. The technology you use can support the work of your employees, so they spend less time being frustrated at slow or duplicate systems and more time being creative and achieving their goals.
  5. The old days of squeezing staff into a pokey kitchenette to cook their lunch are long gone. Spacious breakout areas and modern kitchens encourage staff to collaborate and supports their health and wellbeing.

Creativity and innovation require the right environment to flourish. Get in touch with us today to explore how we could transform your workspaces for the better.

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