They call it mellow yellow. Issue 19 of IN Magazine lands

The new issue of IN Magazine has been published today.The new issue of IN Magazine has been published online today. In this issue: we ask why firms are so reluctant to change what they do; a dream of the past and future of work; Andy Lake talks about his new, visionary book; how AI might make cities worse; what inclusive design means; a panel of experts discuss what changing work practices mean for major business districts; why we must rethink how we light our streets and squares; how to strike the right balance when it comes to creating meetings in offices; and we take a grand tour through the Bucharest HQ of the world’s biggest travel group.




And of course there are all the regular features, news and commentary you expect from IN Magazine.


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It seems some firms simply can’t be bothered with workplace change

A more mundane dream of supersonic flight and a Greek smart city

Our panellists sound off on the most essential topics



Profile – Andy Lake
After four years of speculation about the future of work and trying to work out exactly how much time everybody should spend in an office. A new book offers a more sophisticated take on it all

The in crowd
Is it too much to ask that offices make everyone feel welcome, valued, and able to perform to the best of their ability?

Square deal
Providing people with places to meet and work alongside each other has never been more important than it is now

Mixed feelings
BVN Architecture recently hosted a conversation with some of the UK’s leading experts on property and the new ecosystem of work. Here’s what they said…

Case study – Bookings Holdings
One of the world’s largest travel groups takes us on a journey through their new offices in Romania

Urban spaceman
Artificial intelligence could make cities autonomous, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good idea and we should just let it happen

Night vision
Cities worldwide are grappling with the delicate balance between night time charm and prioritising sustainability

London calling
The Workspace Design Show returns and promises great talks, networking and new ideas



More guests join us for a drink and a chat in the Workplace Cocktail Hour. Plus, more from the Workplace Geeks

A round up of the best products and services around

The final word on … responsibility
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