Every workspace project creates the opportunity to enhance performance and improve workflows, to motivate and attract staff, and to make a powerful and compelling statement about an organisation


Open plan offices – do they work?

Staff productivity is strongly linked to workspace design, but there is an ongoing debate around the success of open plan offices.   We would like to welcome you to our showroom for drinks & lunch, and a discussion about the current movement in agile and flexible workspace and what actually works.   19th October 2018 […]


Biophili.. what?!?

Most of us still spend a large chunk of our lives in an office. For some this is actually quite nice. Every day they walk into a workspace full of natural light, with high ceilings, lots plants, different textures, emotive colours and stimulating artwork. These space engage them and stimulate their creativity allowing them to produce […]


Three offices that are cooler than yours.

Some people are happy to have mediocre offices. “Really?” we hear you ask. Not you. You want the coolest offices out there. You want people to swoon when they walk in. You want your visitors to talk about coming for years. You want photos of it posted on every article about cool offices ever. So […]

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Wellbeing and Social Ergonomics in Workplace Design

A workplace that helps us initiate and regulate social interaction, and that takes into consideration factors like personal space, physical and psychological proximity, and territoriality, helps us feel better. And when we feel better, we work better. We will explore in workshop format how social ergonomics interacts with cognitive and physical ergonomics to create a […]


Technology, people and place

On the 22nd of March we were joined by a mix of clients and partners for an exciting discussion with PTS Consulting looking at how businesses are embracing technology in the workplace to create more connected and powerful working spaces. To hear more feel free to get in touch and look out for news about […]


Winning at Workplace Food and Beverages 

8th February 2018 @12pm—2pm | Register below Have you ever wondered how to provide premium hot and cold catering at your workplace without a kitchen? Or how to create a coffee shop experience inside your own office? Have you ever wanted a more functional, beautiful workspace, free of kettles, where every piece of space is working for you? […]

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Designing for Wellness Seminar

7th December 2017 @12pm—2pm | Register below   Why is wellbeing important in the design of offices? Our buildings and office spaces play a hugely important role in the lives of the people who use them. Our habits, health and productivity are all affected by the spaces we occupy. So how can we get better at […]

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Fast Track Office Fitouts Seminar – The keys and the killers.

2nd November 2017 Lunchtime Seminar  “This office fitout is so important that you must take whatever time is needed to plan it in detail” said no one ever. But sometimes it’s even worse than that. What about those times you have no time at all? Sometimes you have no option but to do it super […]


Seminar – All Change Please

We were excited to welcome another excellent crowd to the latest seminar in our popular series – All Change Please – Hosted by Woodalls at The Shard on the 29th of June. Deciding how much space to look for when you move can be one of the most difficult decisions. How can you tell how much space […]

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Woodalls Design finalist at Mixology Awards 2017

Team Woodalls Design is delighted to announce that we have reached the prestigious final of the Mixology Awards 2017 for our work for Dods at the Shard.   The Mixology Awards are unique; they are the UK’s most prestigious awards ceremony for the dynamic and innovative interior design community (Read more about the awards here). Judged […]


The Intelligent Workforce

Lunchtime expert series   Following the proverbial food delights, delegates congregated in Woodalls design suite on the 5th floor of their College Hill office to hear from Creative Director Kristoff DuBose about ‘The Intelligent Workforce’. The subject looked at how todays talent choose to work and importantly what tomorrows talent might expect. As you would […]


Five things to consider before moving your offices

1. Fail to plan = plan to fail Imagine your lease has expired and you have to vacate your current premises tomorrow. The lease on your new building doesn’t complete until next month. What do you do? Some of your staff can probably work from home – but what about the 20 that don’t have […]