Studiofibre The Mind & Body Project

ABOUT STUDIOFIBRE:  Studiofibre is the team of designer-makers behind the creation of experiential, beautifully branded and hand-crafted workplaces for visionary brands including The Net-A-Porter Group, Farfetch, notonthehighstreet.com, The White Company and Agent Provocateur.

Founded in 2007 by husband and wife team Fiona and Ian Livingston, Studiofibre has built a reputation for designing spaces which enhance not only the growth of the company, but also the personal growth of the company’s most important asset:  The Workforce.

THE STUDIOFIBRE MIND & BODY PROJECT:  This project is born of our many years of seamlessly integrating wellbeing and mindfulness throughout experiential physical spaces for 21st Century brand leaders.  95% of employee actions are subconscious, driven by the experience of the physical environment.  Studiofibre-designed spaces, whilst each unique and bespoke to the brand, each feature subtly branded’nudges’ within our creative design narrative.  These are designed stimulate the brain, encourage mindfulness, increase brand loyalty / engagement and improve cognitive performance.

We are now designing the workplace of the future which will prioritise the wellbeing and needs of the increasingly diverse generations that will work within it, allowing for the considerable shifts in working practices that will take place over the next 20 years.  Our work in this field is being carried out in close collaboration with a respected US-based researcher and author of over 20 books on improving cognitive performance, purposeful collaboration and resilience.

THE MIND & BODY STUDIO:   An important part of the Studiofibre Mind & Body Project is The Mind & Body Studio, located within our own Headquarters in the Chiltern Hills, close to London.  This new experiential space is dedicated to the enrichment of the mind and the body, and has been launched to benefit both the local community and also our own workforce.

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