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The entire four-part series on the New Workplace Kit of Parts, featuring 12 reimagined spaces to support and enhance new ways of working in the post-COVID-19 workplace, is now available at Work Design Magazine. Congratulations to CWa Associates Caroline Morris and Amber Wernick for their great work, and a big thank you to Work Design Magazine for helping us get the word out. Click the links ahead for Part Three - Transition Spaces, and Part...

Today Work Design Magazine published the second article in their four-part series on the New Workplace Kit of Parts, featuring 12 reimagined spaces to support and enhance new ways of working in the post-COVID-19 workplace, authored by CWa Associates Caroline Morris and Amber Wernick. Click the link above to read the article, and stay tuned for parts three and four! ...

Last week, Work Design Magazine posted the first in a series of four articles on our 12 Building Blocks of the New Workplace, authored by CWa Associates Caroline Morris and Amber Wernick. Click the link above to read the article, and stay tuned for parts two, three and four! The image shown here illustrates the ‘acoustic heat mapping’ process we developed for our planning of the original Googleplex in 2004, specifically to ensure that quiet, focused...

We have seen the open office done well, and, too often, we have also seen it done poorly. At Clive Wilkinson Architects we are proud of and stand by the many innovative open offices we have designed with our amazing clients around the globe. As we reemerge from the paradigm shifting COVID-19 pandemic, there is no doubt that now is the time to transform the workplace – to look carefully at what parts we have outgrown and should...

After a year of uncertainty in the pandemic, two things are clear – the office will live on, and we will not be returning to the way things were. The COVID-19 remote working experiment has put into focus what can – and can’t – be done without a physical workplace. The powerful social and collaborative benefits the workplace offers have also made themselves painfully clear as many of us have been forced to get by...

On April 21, 2021, from 1:00—2:00 PM PST (3:00—4:00 PM CDT), CWA Associates Amber Wernick and Caroline Morris, together with Integral Group's Megan White, will present, Bring Your Whole Self to Work: Designing for Holistic Employee Wellness. The COVID-19 crisis forced the world to undertake the largest remote working experiment in history. Endless video calls revealed people’s homes, partners, kids, and pets, blurring the line between work and personal lives. Many also experienced suffering, isolation,...

Recently, Clive spoke with Jack Riewe of Business Insider about post-pandemic satellite offices: "We find it very exciting, as the pandemic has essentially been an accelerator for change," said Clive Wilkinson, president and design director of Clive Wilkinson Architects. "We are able to shake off so many old habits and reprogram our lives in a better way. Technology and the internet have facilitated this highly mobile 'work anywhere' future, and now we can implement it."...

We are pleased to announce that our KCRW Media Center, located in Santa Monica, California, has won the Southern California Development Forum’s Honor Award for Commercial-Mixed Use. Huge thanks to SCDF and our friends at KCRW. Photo credit: Michael Moran ...

The COVID-19 crisis has forced the world to undertake the largest remote working experiment in history. This has shown businesses and workers what is – and what isn’t – possible to accomplish remotely. Many will have found that there are some tasks that are equally, or perhaps even more efficiently, done from home. At the same time, those tasks that are difficult or impossible to do without a dedicated workplace have been put into sharp...

We are excited to announce that our KCRW Media Center, located in Santa Monica, California, has been shortlisted in the Southern California Development Forum’s SCDF Design and Philanthropy Awards. Winners will be announced on December 8th. Thank you SCDF and our friends at KCRW! Photo credit: Michael Moran ...

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