An architects shares some ideas for ways to incorporate active shooter security into the commercial office space, and thus developing better solutions for your clients.
Scott Delano, design director at Wright Heerema Architects, believes that designers and architects need to be responsible for stopping the sameness that plagues office space design and offers several ways to create a space that is truly differentiated.
The problems—and the solutions.
Creating a wide open work environment can solve a lot of problems, but there are a few risks to watch out for when implementing the change.
While the pendulum continues to swing, how design stands to leverage what matters most in the workplace is much more complex than the partitioning of space.
A real estate investment trust, Forest City, calls on Vocon to successfully design its Cleveland Headquarters with its core vision in mind: Creativity, Leadership,…
Work Design Contributing Editor, Elise Shapiro, recently travelled to Shanghai for the China International Furniture Fair. Read on for an in-depth recap of the event!
To create an agile workspace, Ted Moudis Associates converted private offices to innovative meeting rooms.
WDM’s very own Designer turned journalist, Elise Shapiro, shares her impressions and takeaways from NeoCon’s 50th event which wrapped up on June 13th in Chicago.
Now that ASID has been living in their new space, we followed up to find out more about how their new offices are achieving their goal of a healthy and engaging workplace.
Serraview CEO Stephen Macnee shares how they developed one of the leading tools for space management and workplace optimization and some of their plans for the future.
The 15th annual show was held in Philadelphia on November 15th and 16th. We ventured forth on an early morning train with anticipation that…
The TMA design team met the challenges of budget and schedule with a light hearted, fun environment to support their client’s changing workplace strategy.
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.
Traditional companies are discovering value in adopting a transformative approach to workplace design.