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August 13, 2022
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UK office design should look to Europe for inspiration

The word ‘office’, based on the Latin term officium, wasn’t originally used to describing a building, or a space: instead it was used primarily as a term for a position: a role that was occupied by a person. So it seems only right with this etymology to take inspiration from Europe. And when considering office design, use that inspiration to build workspaces that reflect the needs of the people working within them. A concept first introduced to the mainstream by German pioneers in the 1950s was ‘Buerolandschaft’. The idea created to move away from the corporate hierarchies of the past…
UK office design should look to Europe for inspiration

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