Umweltschutz bei Sedus

Sedus and sustainability, an interview with Simon Roquette, Part Two

In the first part of the interview with Simon Roquette, we talked about Sedus’ approach to sustainability as well as its plans and objectives. In this, the second part, we will take a closer look at the firm’s products, production methods and how important environmental protection should be.   Question: Does sustainability offer a return …

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Gemeinsam arbeiten Produktivität und Wohlbefinden Sedus

Associating emotions with certain colours is a universal human trait

The English language is replete with examples of colours being used to describe ideas and emotions. We see red and feel blue. We go puce with rage and are tickled pink. The jealous are green and the cowardly yellow. We are encouraged not to engage in black and white thinking.

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Integrating the office in the new workplace ecosystem

Any trend in office design is always the end result of the complex interplay of a number of forces. This truism is what makes office design such a compelling field of study. Watching workplace trends tells us so much about the world in which we live. Look beyond the aesthetics of any well-designed office and …

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Ethical behaviour and better ideas are linked to great office design

We’ve reported before on What’s Up about the important role of office design in nurturing individual wellbeing and bringing people together to collaborate. However, sophisticated the collaborative technology we have at our disposal, it always turns out that certain behaviours and ideas can best (and sometimes only) be nurtured in physical space.

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Gemeinsam arbeiten Produktivität und Wohlbefinden Sedus

Associating emotions with certain colours is a universal human trait

The English language is replete with examples of colours being used to describe ideas and emotions. We see red and feel blue. We go puce with rage and are tickled pink. The jealous are green and the cowardly yellow. We are encouraged not to engage in black and white thinking.

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Keeping an eye on the psychological roots of productivity and wellbeing

One of the most famous and (literally) illuminating series of experiments into workplace productivity is nearly one hundred years old. Yet it continues to influence the way we think because it taps into an eternal truth about human beings. Namely that we are influenced as much by the kinds of attention we are paid by …

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Umweltschutz bei Sedus

Sedus and sustainability, an interview with Simon Roquette, Part Two

In the first part of the interview with Simon Roquette, we talked about Sedus’ approach to sustainability as well as its plans and objectives. In this, the second part, we will take a closer look at the firm’s products, production methods and how important environmental protection should be.   Question: Does sustainability offer a return …

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