The Subtle Sexism of Open Offices, and Other Industry News
Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
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There are many reasons why people dislike open offices. Co.Design reports on a new research paper reveals yet another knock against them: They’re subtly sexist.
Co.Design shares reader responses – who have detailed the impact open plan offices have had on their work and mental health – from their article on the subtle sexism of the open office. What are your thoughts on this topic? Feel free to share your story with us in the comments.
In the commercial real estate industry, 2017 was a significant year for the co-working trend. Forbes’ Christopher Kelly believes that there is now an industry shift happening that most people are not seeing.
Crain’s rounds up four trends making a big impact in design and development in the ever-changing city of New York.
Commercial Property Executiveinterviews Principal Dan Perruzzi of Boston-based Margulies Perruzzi Architects on sustainability, green design, and more.
Little did Elise know that her first job, in the facilities department at Ralston Purina, while obtaining her M. Arch at Washington University, in St. Louis would foreshadow where her career would lead. She has always been a strong advocate for providing the best possible spaces for people to work – where aesthetics meet function and drive business success.