How Marine Waste Can – and Should – Be Used in Design, and Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.

Netting and other marine litter can be reprocessed or remanufactured. Image via unaavictoria.org.au.
  • It’s time the design industry rethinks its approach to materials, says designer Claire Potter featured in OnOffice , and sustainability truly needs to take centre stage.
  • What exactly is meant by agile real estate? Allwork.Space breaks down the importance of the latest real estate trend.
  • In the current Japanese education system, people are taught that working for a company is the most secure, low-risk and prestigious path. Could the introduction of co-working spaces change their work culture? The Japan Times investigates.
  • The CEO Magazine reports on a new study says that open-plan offices don’t just annoy many of their inhabitants; they cut collaboration, too.

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