Our weekly roundup of workplace news from around the web.
Our friend Jeremy Neuner — you may remember him from the Agile Workplace Conference — recently gave a TEDx Talk in Sacramento on how offices (and our idea of them) must evolve to better support the way we work today. Check it out above.
WSJreports onRemote Year, “a year-old program that plucks employees from their work environment and sends them on a round-the-world trip with fellow professionals, all of them working remotely for jobs based thousands of miles away.”
Herman Milleropened its first-ever retail store last week in New York: “At 251 Park Avenue South, you’ll find textiles and coverings from Maharam, furnishings from Geiger, authentic modern design from Design Within Reach, and a full range of furnishings and tools from Herman Miller.”
“Join by Davis not only defies convention, but also ushers in a whole new approach to bent plywood technology. It gives designers the unprecedented opportunity to mix and match shell materials for an aesthetic that is both ultramodern and unexpectedly retro.”