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Is the end of the office happening now? An open letter from OPX’s Steve Polo to WDM readers.
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Influenster’s New York City offices inspire creativity, collaboration and Instagram posts. Influenster, a product discovery and reviews platform based in New York City, tripled in…Read More
Our weekly roundup of industry news includes Instagram’s impact on how we design spaces, that Google memo and other news from around the web.Read More
When technological shifts left Verizon with unused space, they chose to repurpose the spaces and create coworking communities globally.Read More
Kimball Office’s new Theo line succeeds at being a scalable, contemporary option that works in multiple workplace environments.Read More
If office design is a function of staff profile, then the employees who work here are sleek, stylish, focused yet community minded, and prize…Read More
This week’s roundup features new examples of the built environment’s take on work/life blur, new AI in the workplace news and a cool Apple Park video.Read More
Is the end of the office happening now? An open letter from OPX’s Steve Polo to WDM readers.Read More
Find out how this CEO created a space where you can have setbacks but the team can reenergize every morning despite how long the day before was.Read More
The 5+ year journey to build the new headquarters offices of ASID culminated in the formal presentation of the plaques recognizing fulfillment of certification requirements for LEED Platinum, and WELL Platinum.Read More
Influenced by what they experienced while visiting a Detroit artisan pottery studio, the J&J Flooring design team produced six new modular carpet tiles.Read More
Subvisual’s Braga, Portugal, office created bright, naturally lit spaces for collaboration, community building, and a healthy mix of work and play.Read More
Revisiting a 1974 Humanscale design manual, how to get employees excited about going into the office, and new layout strategies.Read More