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Research project aims to eliminate the use of batteries from intelligent cities

Research project aims to eliminate the use of batteries from intelligent cities

Posted on 15th October 2020

A new research project by a Danish design company is aiming to ensure that cities become smarter and self-powered by making use of solar cells. If the project proves successful, it could be integrated into cities on a global scale...

The Futuristic Office

The Futuristic Office

Posted on 7th October 2020

With the majority of us now working at home in front of our monitors, we have to question what actually is the purpose of a shared office space? Is there anything that can't be replaced by a Zoom call?

Intelligent Street furniture design that is adapting to the everchanging urban environment

Intelligent Street furniture design that is adapting to the everchanging urban environment

Posted on 21st September 2020

As the World tiptoes tentatively into a new post Covid landscape, we celebrate all that’s new and innovative in the world of street furniture. How can we make our personal bubble better?

Taking a Covid leaf from the tech giants

Taking a Covid leaf from the tech giants

Posted on 14th September 2020

Both working from home, shorter working weeks and flexible office space has been applauded by human resource experts worldwide and considered favourable over a mass return to traditional working.

Bailey Street Furniture Group and the RIBA Regional Awards 2020

Bailey Street Furniture Group and the RIBA Regional Awards 2020

Posted on 18th August 2020

Over recent years we have seen an explosion of architecture. As our experience and client base continue to expand, we find ourselves being associated with some truly fascinating projects, involving some of the UK’s leading architectural practices, both mu

In the shadow of Covid - how will we move into the light?

In the shadow of Covid - how will we move into the light?

Posted on 10th August 2020

Covid has without doubt altered the way we work and where, we will no longer use the ‘office’ in the same way. Working remotely has taught us that we can. However we are unlikely to ever give up our working office environment completely. Isolation and con

Social Distancing & Street Furniture

Social Distancing & Street Furniture

Posted on 3rd August 2020

Everyone is trying to keep their distance, whether that's queuing to get into the local supermarket, avoiding public transport, or crossing the road during our daily exercise to avoid others on narrow paths. We know that keeping two metres apart is the sa

Is the traditional school classroom really necessary?

Is the traditional school classroom really necessary?

Posted on 15th July 2020

Is the traditional school classroom really necessary?

Get on your bike! Covid, cycling and the Government.

Get on your bike! Covid, cycling and the Government.

Posted on 15th June 2020

When the inevitable happened and Covid-19 lockdown was not only announced but enforced on 23rd March 2020, our country changed. No longer was it considered safe to go to work, to travel, to use public transport. We saw the entire population begin to walk,

How to specify outdoor street furniture that blends sustainability, style and durability

How to specify outdoor street furniture that blends sustainability, style and durability

Posted on 20th May 2020

How to specify outdoor street furniture that blends sustainability, style and durability

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