Preventing coronavirus in workplaces, WELL Platinum certification and support from lemons

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15 Feb 2021

Natasha Bonugli and Tania Adir talk about what’s being done to protect people from coronavirus in global workplace interiors, how advances in technology will make for safer work environments, the challenges faced when upgrading an older building to WELL Platinum certification and finally how lemons can help with concentration

In today’s episode of Women Build, we speak to Natasha Bonugli, Global Principal of Design at Unispace and Tania Adir, Founder and CEO of Uncommon.

Natasha has experience of workplace design that crosses continents. Trained as an architect in the US and RIBA Part 3 qualified in the UK, she has spent the majority of her 18 year career focusing on the design and delivery of interior projects of all scales. 

Based in London, she has managed and developed a number of high-performance design teams to deliver award winning schemes across the globe. As Unispace’s Global Principal Design, Natasha provides creative design direction to all studios across the northern hemisphere, driving design excellence and thought leadership across the business.

Tania worked in finance and law for five years before founding Uncommon which provides London with luxury co-working spaces. Following a career in property development she moved into interior design and is the lead designer for all of Uncommon’s spaces.

The co-working spaces are designed to increase levels of productivity and creativity in private offices, communal spaces and meeting rooms. Tania works with biophilia, sound, scents, lighting and ergonomics in the spaces. 

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