Survival, inquiry, sophistication: what Douglas Adams can teach us about workplace design

By |2017-09-18T18:20:22+00:00September 18th, 2017|Articles|

Each day you can easily find somebody or other sharing their thoughts on ‘the office of the future’ or ‘the death of the office’. My view is that you should steer clear of taking most of this sort of stuff head-on, on the basis that hardcore deckheads have heard most of it before and already concluded that there are more important things to worry about in a fit-out than what a pool table and a second-hand armchair tells us about workplace design.