We instinctively know when the space we are in is right, but what makes it right, and is it right for the activity or task in hand? We live, work, play, meet, listen, concentrate, collaborate and communicate often by seeking out that purpose-built space, such as a theatre or pub but what if the space where we are employed and spend a third of our time only offered one space to work? How would that impact our wellbeing, our productivity and our desire to work there? Acoustics have a bigger impact on our lives and ability to work than we might think. This session will question the way we work and how we can work more productively and how by providing activity-based spaces we can improve the wellbeing of our teams and attract the best talent to join them and ensure that they are retained.