Tamala Herd of Bridge Commercial Real Estate explores how to leverage narrative design and storytelling to forge an emotional connection between people and place.
The profound changes in working methods and spaces has pushed workplace designers to reimagine how an office functions or even, what an office is. While there’s no one clear answer of right or wrong, designing for behavior is at the core of new workplace design.
Michael Schroeder of SGA explores how AI will transform workplace architecture, design and construction.
Construction has started on city-sized building The Line. It could be one of the most advanced, high-tech environments that’s ever been designed, but will it be conducive to work success?
SmithGroup's Dennis Daisey and Nancy Kohout explore the invisible elements and their value in healthy workplace design.
Shaon Sikto Sengupta of Edifice Consultants explores the importance of smart offices in the future of work.
Duda|Paine's Jane Bamford and Jeff Paine explore creating a positive workplace culture that will attract recruits and retain existing employees.
Strategic office design that fosters workplace attachment can boost employee engagement, initiative and loyalty.
To appeal to Gen Z, companies are encouraged to evolve their workspace not only aesthetically but functionally. Salma Siddiqi of AURA explores how to do it.
Double duty furnishings, pivoting desks, and space that can be reconfigured from one task to the next. Here’s how to equip the modern workplace for hybrid teams and untethered workers.
Employers are worried about the bad habits workers picked up from working remotely entering back into the office through the “Great Return.”
Perhaps “normal” is an evolutionary process. As we enter year three and head toward the post-pandemic, several takeaways relative to the workplace are becoming clear. Trends and best practices are emerging and shaping what the future of the workplace looks like.
The demand for furniture has spiked while the pandemic put the brakes on raw materials, production, manpower, transportation, distribution, and nearly every resource needed to make, ship, and deliver furniture.
The glamour of full-time working from home is wearing off and people are seeking a space to collaborate with peers in person.
Re-designing your space for activity-based working can improve the workplace experience by better meeting the needs of your people.
It's been a year since the schools have been closed. With a dip in COVID-19 cases, several states are preparing to return to normalcy, this also includes reopening of the schools and colleges. Make sure your school is prepared!
The pandemic has taken a toll on everyone, but many of us aren’t eager to return to “normal” life. Here’s how to manage fears and expectations.
From using aggregators to make workspace easier to procure, to converting empty space for better use, here are 6 ways the pandemic will change the workplace going forward.
What does the tech industry know that can inform other occupiers as they consider the current virus-dominated reality and look ahead to a post-COVID-19 future?