Feel more at home in the ‘new office’
Working remotely can be difficult to adapt to, but redesigning your workspace properly can make all the difference
With the pandemic throwing our traditional work practices into disarray, some of us are finding it hard to adapt to working from home (WFH). The sudden disruption of ingrained habits has caused many of us to question our established ways of working, leaving us struggling to perform in the ‘new normal’.
This concern emerged as a major issue in my discussions with clients and colleagues. To help navigate this difficult territory, my team...
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‘Luxury without the guilt’ in Dublin’s zero-carbon hotel
Wren Urban Nest, owned by the directors of recycling and waste management firm KeyWaste and operated by Moran Hospitality, was designed by BDP architects with the latest advanced technology so that it burns no fossil fuels and creates no local pollution
Interior design: Tight space needn’t cramp your kitchen’s style or efficiency
Design house Neptune knows that in small kitchens every cabinet or work surface must do its job efficiently to earn its keep
Ask the Designer: How can I put an island at the centre of a kitchen redesign?
You’re dicing with disaster if you don’t get your kitchen plan right from the start, Deirdre Duffy of Dee Design Studio tells our reader