Office

Having a well designed, spacious, airy office environment helps happiness, health and productivity.

Top Tips For Improving Your Work Space

Working from home became quite ‘the thing’ over the past couple of years due to the pandemic. From initially being an alien concept for a large proportion of the population, the video meeting setup and home office environment has become ‘the norm’ at an impressive pace – mainly because we had no other choice. Since the full on ‘working from home’ lockdown, we have had the ‘go back to the office,’ ‘work from home if you can’, ‘go back to

Impromptu games such as 'who can spin the ball the longest?' are brilliant at building bonds. (James won in our office).

RRA’s Recipe for a Fun Office

It’s no secret that happier workplaces have happier, healthier and more productive employees. As architects, we design offices as motivating, inspiring and comfortable buildings to help facilitate a welcoming fun work environment, but the building can only do so much – it is the team that breathes life into the habitat. So here are our top tips for improving happiness, increasing well-being and promoting fun at work: 1. Talk, communicate, laugh Whether it’s a joke that breaks the ice or making a cup