The NLA has just released their latest digital research paper showcasing over 100 projects, ideas and products to illustrate the changing workplace, as well as the results from their comprehensive members survey which altogether, aims to highlight how London can support the way we want to work in the future.
WRK/LDN: office revolution? questions the past, present and future of the workplace with all the projects categorised in their 'central activities zone' within the report. Two of our projects: Tribeca and The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists are chosen among an array of ambitious architectural projects from firms across the UK that demonstrate their adaptability and response to change.
'We know that the pandemic has brought wellbeing in the workplace to the fore. As with much else, this move was underway before COVID struck, but its importance is central to the delivery of new office space and adaptation of the old as well as the design of external spaces and streets.' - Peter Murray, Curator-in-chief, New London Architecture
2017 - 2020
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ new home will provide contemporary office spaces, conferencing facilities and a public café