London’s White City – new kids on the block

London’s White City – new kids on the block

I have always felt that White City has the potential to be a rather special place in London. It all started way back in 1908 with the White City Exhibition (a form of Expo) accompanied by the Summer Olympics. Then in more recent times the arrival of the BBC added a creative buzz followed by […]

London’s White City – new kids on the block

London’s White City – new kids on the block

Posted by: on Jul 30, 2015 | No Comments

I have always felt that White City has the potential to be a rather special place in London. It all started way back in 1908 with the White City Exhibition (a form of Expo) accompanied by the Summer Olympics. Then in more recent times the arrival of the BBC added a creative buzz followed by […]

Brussels – breaking the rules

Brussels – breaking the rules

Posted by: on Jul 7, 2015 | No Comments

Yesterday, like a lot of others, I took the train into central London. However it was just the start of my journey as I was off to Brussels by Eurostar.  As we sped through the Kent countryside I wondered what my visit to the Belgian Social Security Services HQ (FPS) might produce.  Having met Frank […]

Spanish Surprises

Spanish Surprises

Posted by: on Jun 2, 2015 | No Comments

Recently, I had the opportunity to renew my acquaintance with Madrid and it turned out to be a very interesting experience in more ways than one.  Apart from participating in 3-Goffice  conversation about the Spanish perspective on the future of work and the workplace; I had the opportunity to see an example of smart working.  It […]

Are you allergic to offices?

Posted by: on Apr 3, 2015 | No Comments

I’ve written a couple of guest blogs for Chris but realise that I never actually introduced myself, so I thought it might be worth doing so seeing as hopefully you’ll be hearing a bit more from me in the coming months. My name’s Ciara, I’m 24 and although I believe my job title is officially […]

Rising to dizzy heights!

Rising to dizzy heights!

Posted by: on Mar 17, 2015 | No Comments

Does smart working require a smart building? An interesting question, which was brought into focus by my visit to BT Tower in January. I was there to celebrate the achievements of a smart working initiative – the TW3 awards. As I stood in the high-speed lifts that whisked me up to the panoramic restaurant on […]