As a continuation on our series for meeting spaces WE are looking at the ranges and options for meeting bays that are proving popular at the moment. For definition purposes meeting bays are separate areas for meeting spaces that have at least two "walls" of some description but are not completely enclosed spaces (such as with meeting pods...Read more
Orgatec 2016 was very busy this year, with many new products as well as improvements on some old favourites, and as ever I left feeling that I should have allowed more time to explore all it had to offer!
The parts that I did see were imaginative and thought provoking and I am pleased to say, provided us with additional answers to some of the projects WE are currently working on.
- increase flexibility of their workspace
- reduce impact of build work and costly office downtime
- take out the requirement for project planning, building ...Read more
Keeping offices as flexible as possible whilst investment and development costs are minimised is a growing trend amongst WE’s clients (OR many businesses). Fortunately, manufacturers are responding with an increased range of cost effective products allowing companies to do just that. Whilst many clients are working with WE to refurbish existing meeting spaces with new meeting room furniture, or adjust how...Read more
Intu Merry Hill shopping centre in the West Midlands. Merry Hill is home to over 250 shops, retail park, cinema and an Eat Central food hall. As part of a recent upgrade of the loose furniture on the food hall Working Environments supplied chairs, stools and tables to compliment the existing design. The...Read more
WE are proud to be able to say that it was 20 years ago this week that our company first started trading.
Originally named Banner Interiors until a name change a few years back, Working Environments Furniture Ltd has weathered a few commercial slow downs, as many of us have, but we have enjoyed the busier times too.
WE are now a long way from the "Man in a...Read more
Now the dust has settled on another year in Milan and we’ve recovered from our whirlwind tour (and aching feet) of the most important and biggest exhibition in the furniture calendar we thought we'd give you a quick run down from some of our favorite products and manufacturers that caught our eye.
It’s such a mammoth event that its often quite hard to see the wood for the trees but it’s a great place to catch up with some of the manufacturers we work and have a look at their new...Read more
A great article in the Guardian recently about the importance of fun office design in recruiting quality graduates. JKR's inspiring office is discussed, which was one of our favourite projects working alongside Redjacket design and the JKR team.
".....It was a similar story for Luke Thompson, a designer at brand agency Jones Knowles Ritchie (...Read more
Having spent a couple of cold days in the Swedish capital in mid February for its annual Furniture and Light fair WE thought we'd bring you some of our highlights from another great event.
We were very impressed with the huge two storey Johanson Design stand. New products including the "Shima" a public seating system and the "Haddoc" range which includes stools, side chairs an armchair and sofa. Along with other new items and...Read more