A blog from Josh Artus regarding the launch of the ‘Neuroscience for Cities’ playbook.Read More
Real Estate has been valued on its exclusivity; lower supply, higher demand. The industry has been predicated on the belief that in order to be of value, you must have a physical existence. Town centres were built around this. Businesses lived or died by its location. This formed clusters by proxy of companies that needed likemindedness for survival. By restricting supply, the landlord/developer could control the market in its prices and its offers.
Then the internet.......Read More
Science is a tool, which has been used to help commercial industries become more effective and productive. Its influence is everywhere from engineering, manufacturing, technology to athletics. Catapulting each industry to a higher realm of thinking as well as innovation. Imagine, an athlete like Michael Phelps without science shedding light on the physiology and dynamics of movement? Or engineers trying to launch a rocket without understanding gravity or physics?Read More
There is a global obsession with SmartCities forming, Frost & Sullivan predicting their global market value at $1.565tn by 2020 yet in many ways it’s still an ill-defined concept. The simple argument is what is the purpose and outcome of a SmartCity, is it health, wealth, knowledge? If it’s just efficiency for the machine then it misses the point of where we are going as a society. After much reading, thinking, speaking, discussing and observing in 2016 here are some key points I aim to raise to enliven the conversation of developing truly human centric smart cities:Read More
Light has become a unique point of interest within the built environment on three fronts; sustainability, mental health, and cost. It is the element that, can create a win/win/win situation, allowing an organisation to enhance the mental wellbeing of people in a particular environment, reduce electricity usage and save on building costs. However, this not the complete picture, there is one more missing component.Read More
I was recently at an event on data and technology in real estate when asked a parting question, ‘what’s your favourite building?’
I was stumped.Read More