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Happy, healthy working and learning spaces draw on knowledge from a vast range of experts. The KI Europe blog brings together insights from across our team as well as contributing authors from the fields of architecture, design, facilities management, human resources, education, psychology, and more. Subscribe to our newsletter to receive the latest updates direct to your inbox.

Event Summary - Designing for a neurodiverse workplace  July 27, 2021

As we return to the office, many organisations are looking for inspiration to best prepare and adapt to the post-COVID hybrid working model. In May 2021, KI had the pleasure of hosting 'Designing for a neurodiverse workplace' with networking group Women in Office Design, featuring Julie Lecoq of HoK & Sarah Miles of Arcadis.

by David Venables 

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July 27, 2021 Event Summary - Designing for a neurodiverse workplace 

As we return to the office, many organisations are looking for inspiration to best prepare and adapt to the post-COVID hybrid working model. In May 2021, KI had the pleasure of hosting 'Designing for a neurodiverse workplace' with networking group Women in Office Design, featuring Julie Lecoq of HoK & Sarah Miles of Arcadis.

by David Venables Sales Director - Workplace
April 11, 2021 Meet Charles Perry 

Charles O. Perry (1929-2011) was a sculptor, designer, and architect. His work embodies mathematical and scientific complexity in elegant, organic forms - often on huge scales in prominent, public locations. In addition to large sculptures, he also created pieces for Tiffany & Co and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Working with KI, Charles Perry created his eponymous 'Perry Chair' which was launched in 1991.

by Jonathan Hindle Group Managing Director - EMEA, KI
February 3, 2021 Keep it moving – how to improve student cognitive performance through movement 

First things first - this is not going to be an article about exercise, obesity or sports! Sure, exercise is a form of movement, but we are going to focus on movement more generally - why it's vital for our cognitive function and how we can seamlessly bring more of it into our everyday lives.

by Kevin Geeves Sales Director - Education
May 31, 2020 A common sense approach to post-COVID workspace planning 

Jonathan questions the need to make wholesale changes to office environments, particularly those already designed to support agile & flexible working.

by Jonathan Hindle Group Managing Director - EMEA, KI
December 4, 2019 Creating the 'best workspace' - a collaborative effort 

The 'best workspace' is defined by the user experience. A day at the office now needs to be enjoyable, rewarding and healthy, as well as productive. A place where people want to go, not just a place they have to go. But, who is responsible for creating it?

by David Venables Sales Director - Workplace
September 19, 2018 Libraries for the 21st Century 

Far from being obsolete in the digital era, libraries are undergoing a renaissance. With the world's knowledge available at our fingertips, virtually anytime and anywhere, what role does a library play in today's schools, colleges & universities?

by Kevin Geeves Sales Director - Education
April 19, 2017 Second Home - Domesticating the Office 

Offices, living rooms, university campuses and trendy hotels are increasingly alike, and this is no accident according to leading textile designer Natasha Marshall.

by Jonathan Hindle Group Managing Director - EMEA, KI

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