Place of work

Place of work

The events of the past year have resulted in an intense need for transformation on a scale and scope beyond what we have experienced in our lifetime. Brought to you by M Moser Associates, a leading global design firm, Place of work attempts to make sense of the madness. It’s about the future of work and the integration of the physical, digital and social needs of today’s businesses and their employees. From remote working to technology to employee well-being, the issues reshaping the world of work abound. M Moser Associates is a leading architecture and design firm with 23 locations around the world helping to transform the ways people and companies work. For more information, please visit


April 28, 2022 17 min
In order to retain employees, companies must recognize that the physical workplace is the most tangible testament it can make to its people. This requires intentional design with the cares and motivations of its employees in mind. Organisations must go beyond the fundamentals of facilitating connection and consider why we are bringing people back, to get to the root of what employees are looking for.

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“Neurodiversity” and “D&I” have become popular terms in corporate speak -- but how can organisations go beyond the checkboxes in their D&I efforts? M Moser’s Frances Gain sits down with Mary Jude Reidy of online music streaming service Deezer to talk about Deezer’s unwavering commitment to D&I, and the successes and challenges that have come along with imbedding it into the fabric of the firm.
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January 14, 2022 22 min
Hybrid work is one of the most popular buzzwords in the workplace right now. But what does it actually look like in real life? In this episode of Place of work, M Moser’s Grant Christofely, Associate Director, Workplace Strategy, and Raquel Sachser, Design Director and co-leader of the firm’s NY office, discuss the current state of hybrid work. Take a deep dive into how internal policies, workflows, and communities are changing fro...
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In an ever evolving landscape, how can a company execute on its neurodiversity efforts with integrity, compassion and inclusivity at the center? In this episode of Place of work, M Moser’s Grant Christofely and Frances Gain explore neurodiversity, including its definition, the ways in which it manifests in the workplace, and how organisations can shape their work environments to support all individuals in their unique ability to do...
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In recent years, inclusivity has shifted and expanded in the workplace, with increased remote work over the last year being a catalyst. But how will diversity and inclusion take new form in the future office? One thing is certain - organisations must see an inclusive workspace as a vital part of the business in order for their initiatives to create real impact and value. In this episode of Place of work, M Moser’s Frances Gain and ...
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As businesses around the world begin their return to the workplace, the health and safety of their people are a key concern. But filtering through the vast amount of information around these topics can be overwhelming. In this episode of Place of work, M Moser’s Nabil Sabet and Julian Rimmer break through the noise and discuss the latest building systems and technologies that enhance air quality and other safety measures, the most ...
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With the workplace shifting at an unprecedented pace, it’s time for organisations to ditch periodic and phased models of change for a more fluid and agile approach that will usher in the new age of innovation. In this episode of Place of work, Chantal Frenette and Nabil Sabet of M Moser sit down for an eye-opening conversation on workplace innovation and employee needs, looking at how far we’ve come, where we’re going, and how to g...
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The future office arrived before anyone expected it to, and organisations now have the cumbersome task of reacclimating employees to physical workplaces after a year of upheaval, all while navigating shifts in the ways we connect, collaborate and create. In this episode of Place of work, John Sellery and Samantha Allen of M Moser discuss wellness at work, the impact of psychological safety on employees' health and productivity,...
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Today, inclusivity and flexibility must earn a spot at the top of every leader's priority list in order to empower employees, encourage innovative and diverse perspectives, and foster a cohesive company culture. In this episode of Place of work, Frances Gain and Grant Christofely of M Moser talk about the impact of inclusivity on employee well-being and productivity, and the steps companies can take to create more dynamic and w...
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More than 40 years ago, Moira Moser broke the gender barrier when she ventured out on her own to launch M Moser Associates. Over the next four decades, she would go on to build her firm into one of the world’s most respected architecture firms.

In honor of Women’s History Month, we spoke with Moira about the highs, the lows and the lessons learned from being a wildly successful female entrepreneur in a male-dominated profession. It’...
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