In association with OnOffice we host the biggest party of the Orgatec week - "The CBS After Party™" which brings together over 500 industry contacts at the renowned Wartesaal am Dom. A massive thank you to everyone involved in ensuring the After party was a success with a special mention to our resident DJs Jade and Henry, you guys smashed it!
A selection of images from the night can be found below...
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The biggest UK design event of the year – Clerkenwell Design Week was a tremendous success bringing together many unforgettable and exciting showrooms and exhibitions.
Colebrook Bosson Saunders was proud to participate in the event with our ‘CBS Pit Stop’ pop-up showroom located conveniently at the heart of the event, on 30 Great Sutton street in London.
We invited visitors to take part in an exciting Formula 1 experience where they could re-charge and refuel (with fast-charging mobile stations and beverages) and sit behind the wheel of the F1 Driving Simulator!
It’s noteworthy that the monitor screens of the driving simulator were…
Cyril's inaugural Quiz got off to a flyer last night with a big congrats to 'The Pink Squirrel Ticklers', seen celebrating with their winners trophies below! They comprehensively beat the competition by around 12 points to take the title. Cyril would also like to extend a special thanks to Rob for MC'ing the evenings proceedings!
Cyril will be in touch over the coming weeks regarding future events, so do keep your eyes peeled!
Earlier this week I visited the offices of Level39 in Canary Wharf as part of the Workplace Week, which involves tours of some of the most innovative companies in the UK. In addition, donations from the sale of tickets were raised in support of BBC's Children In Need which made a great charitable cause.
Level39 is the biggest technology accelerator in Europe and an aspiring hub for the world’s brightest minds with an entrepreneurial spirit. They also have extremely impressive and modern interior designed by Gensler Architects who have also worked on workspaces for Facebook and Google so I was…
While only 9% of UK working-age adults in 1998 used computers at home daily, in 2006 that figure increased to 57% and again to 83% in 2013.
The ‘age of information’ requires business leaders, managers and other staff alike to improve on information processing power, versatility and multi-tasking ability to keep up with the demands of modern-day working life. Computers and the technology at large are getting faster, and ‘smarter' meaning higher-resolution screens and faster processors are available at our convenience at lower and more affordable prices.
Technology is radically impacting various areas of our everyday lives such as education, communication, play or work. It continuously simplifies the most complicated operations by reducing them to the click of a button which enables us to become increasingly efficient.
At the same time, the computers that we use have become portable allowing us to be more agile and flexible particularly in the workplace environment.
This remarkable technology shift has influences large organisations in finding ways to adapt to mobile working by employing agile solutions. Many companies have revolutionised their workplace policies allowing staff to move around freely with their laptops…
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]During the last week of May the streets of Clerkenwell become even busier and more vibrant than usual. Bustling with visitors, all eager to visit the UK’s leading design event, Clerkenwell Design Week.
Hosted annually, it has become an iconic event in the design calendar, the UK’s answer to Milan, all showcased in the area of London that historically is home to many architects, designers and famous brands of the design world.
As one of the lucky onlookers to the event I had the opportunity to visit some of the showrooms displaying their newest, most revered, and interesting design concepts.
Earlier this year I had the pleasure of visiting the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas - attended by over 250,000 people over four days, CES is THE event for the technology industry.
CES is the traditional vehicle for the leading manufacturers to launch their newest products and tell the world what we will all be using in the future, it’s big and glitzy, with no expense spared.
Amid the personal drones, 55” 4K screens that blow your mind with their colour and clarity, and sensors literally built into everything you can imagine - what immediately became apparent to me…
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Everyone is different
It may seem obvious to say so, but the human body comes in a wide range of shapes and sizes. It follows that the design of a workstation should incorporate a high degree of adjustability so that the user can easily adapt it to fit them.
Adjust the seat height so that your feet are flat on the floor or use a riser if needed. The backrest should support your back in all sitting positions, particularly the lumbar region in order to alleviate undue pressure on your back. Getting the right back support is crucial for comfort and…