Monthly Archives: October 2012

Co-working for Public Services?

So, the Metropolitan Police are currently reviewing their property strategy in order to spend their reduced budgets more effectively. Whilst the selling of New Scotland Yard has hit the headlines, they also announced the potential closure of front desks in … Continue reading

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True comfort is the absence of awareness

I  recently came across an old LA Times article written in 2006 about Bill Stumpf, designer of the Aeron chair. This quote jumped out at me: “True comfort is the absence of awareness,”  Stumpf said of ergonomic design. “When a chair … Continue reading

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