Hotel & Coworking Space: The Future of Hospitality, and Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web. 

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  • Coworking spaces, reports Travel Daily Media, are something you do not expect in a hotel but they are becoming more popular as more employees embrace flexible jobs and more entrepreneurs and start-ups are building their business on the road.
  • Atlanta Inno shares how several Atlanta corporate and civic leaders have taken up the gauntlet of transforming the city into a showcase for biophilic design, which can dissolve the boundaries between office and our natural environment.
  • It’s not just what’s inside the office that counts – a growing workforce expects their workspace to encourage collaboration outside its walls, reports OnOffice.
  • During Frame Lab next month, the senior researcher for the Digital Society School of Amsterdam and head of R&D at House of Haptics will explore the state of innovation in haptic technology and what that could mean for spatial design. Will our furniture touch us back one day?
  • Open offices are here to stay, says Ladders. Now what do we do about them? And what’s next?
  • Industry Announcement: We’re excited for our friends Amanda Schneider and the CCG team which has just been acquired by Sandow, the parent company of Interior Design magazine and now re-branded as ThinkLab. The team looks forward to expanding their research and work in the realm of the contract interiors market. The synergy of this new association offers increased opportunities for elevating the discussions around the changing world and impact on all those who are involved in our industry.
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