Missed this year’s this conference of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA)? Our friends at PLASTARC have got you covered with a recap of the September 20-22 event.
As the value of better integrated green spaces and the increased physical activity they offer continues to make itself clear, the need for creative solutions is increasing.
While modern workplace environments have become highly specialized, should designers be looking for inspiration from successful organizations in other parts of the economy?
Productivity’s days are numbered. PLASTARC’s Melissa Marsh and Mike Sayre explain why we need to shift how we measure success.
PLASTARC explores how the A&D community, through policy and thoughtful design, can build workplaces and cultures that allow us to both do well and do good.
PLASTARC shares their thoughts on this year’s 50th NeoCon and 30th ICFF, where they saw human-centered design take center stage with a focus on health and wellbeing.
In an effort to support workplace wellness, we must encourage people to express their non-work selves to create people-centric workplaces.
As technology trends drive major changes in the way we work, a variety of new jobs have appeared or taken on new depth.
PLASTARC recaps this year’s Future Offices event which attracted executives from the top Fortune 500 companies, key figures in the workplace strategy field, and more.
A roundup of our top articles written by female authors in honor of International Women’s Day.
“Resimercial” design has become increasingly popular in recent years. While we can’t expect that our offices will ever feel quite like home, we can do our best to make them more comfortable, a key component of both happiness and health.
PLASTARC’s Melissa Marsh offers insight on how to address important workplace mental health concerns with four strategies.
We asked our friends at PLASTARC to share their top predictions for the workplace in 2018 and beyond. Check out what they had to say!
As 2017 coming to a close, we sat down with Melissa Marsh to ask what has and hasn’t changed about business efforts to employ space as a part of strategy.
The recent CoreNet Global Summit in Seattle, attracted almost 3,000 corporate real estate end users, service providers and economic developers to discuss the state (and future) of CRE.