Under the right circumstances, a collision could be a good thing!
Perkins&Will’s John Sadlon and Arjav Shah discuss evolving client goals, hybrid models, the durability of early assumptions, and dispelling the rumored death of the office.
The notion of returning to the office as we knew it is flawed. Here’s how COVID has handed us the opportunity to address what wasn’t working.
McIntosh Poris Associates created a new space for Co.act in a historic building, preserving and highlighting many original architectural elements.
Change is hard. Heather Turner Loth is here to help with five change management tips to help organizations maintain and elevate workplace engagement.
Why designers must look beyond the trends to create spaces that truly serve the unique needs of the specific client.
How resimercial design could prove a lasting and effective strategy for realizing work environments that are happier, healthier, and more creatively nurturing than those of the past.
Viacom’s mission to create entertainment experiences that drive conversation and culture comes to life in their three-floor NYC office space.
To anticipate where the design of the tech workplace is heading, it’s important to first understand where it has been.
Interface’s Chip DeGrace explains why companies need to design spaces that are representative of the diverse job functions that reside in a given workplace in order to recruit and retain top talent.
JLL’s Dr. Marie Puybaraud shares five ways that a high-achieving workplace design can unlock a collective sense of purpose.
Convene CEO Ryan Simonetti created a more human-centric office environment with hospitality at its core.