The world is in a perpetual state of change driven by innovation and digital technology. Many companies and organisations feel the need to reinvent their business models and ways of delivering their products and services.
Where offices are not only a place of work, but a place to develop, learn, relax and enhance personal wellbeing. Where hospitals are centres of health, focussing on preventive care and not centres of illness.
Smart and healthy buildings
Imagine a building that adapts to each user’s personal needs with unique settings and connectivity options, simplifies human interaction and communication and supports collaboration and knowledge sharing.
When the lease on our office expired in 2016, we took the opportunity to create a new workplace that would meet our vision of what a perfect work environment should be – inspiring and sustainable, as well as enriching productivity, comfort and
Digital transformation in a fast-changing world
Technologies such as data analytics, AI, IoT, digital twin and human-machine interactions are becoming critical for business transformation and success. These technologies are driving innovation and can be adopted quickly and at relatively low cost.
Industry 4.0, the Internet of Things (IoT) and digitisation have the power to revolutionise your business. Yet how do you harness this potential, so that it improves the performance, productivity and profitability of your industrial assets?
To boost socio-economic development in a sustainable and cost effective way, governments are increasingly drafting regional economic plans.
The world is ever changing and so is its built environment. The role of the architect within a project team is now more crucial than ever as the demand for high quality built environments for a low budget is growing rapidly.
Robust, sustainable and well-designed transport networks are vital to a strong global economy in the 21st century.
The world is experiencing rapid urbanisation.