The architects at Unispace have coined a new term – “propeller office” - a new type of workplace designed to bring together and blend the best aspects of smart working and office activities to create a more meaningful work experience. Happier and more efficient, naturally. They are to be credited with rethinking the spatial distribution of office-based activities with a view to underpinning new collaborative and sharing office models. That’s not all, though. Nicholas Kaspareck, Unispace General Manager, Southern Europe, believes that we need to focus on the human and user-centric aspects of these spaces: understanding who their occupiers are, where and how they live, what sort of work they do and for which organisations, in order to be able to design tailor-made offices, geared increasingly to environmental and social sustainability.