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  • The Growing Importance of Private Spaces in Today’s Office

    Everybody knows the importance of a first impression- it applies to the office too! There is only one opportunity to win potential employees over and that starts with the moment they step into the office. The workspace reflects the company’s personality and subtle changes can make or break a first impression. Finding the perfect employee…

  • Interior Design and Employee Productivity

    Shopping malls are flooded with last minute shoppers, airports are overloaded with travellers and public parking is a race for survival- welcome to the holiday madness. As the end of the year approaches employees are starting to show true burnout and are in need of a well deserved break! A recent Gallup study of nearly…

  • 5 Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Office Designer

    Hiring a professional office designer is a great start to achieve the look and feel you most want for your workplace.  It’s their job to work with you to identify your vision and bring it to life.  It’s important to ask the right questions before hiring an office designer, to make sure you’ve covered all…

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    A Different Type Of Green Design!

    With Cannabis legalization happening today, one of Canada’s retail Cannabis companies will be opening its doors in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Fire & Flower has designed its stores to be clean, friendly and educational. They want customers to feel comfortable when coming into the store, if they are new to Cannabis they can ask questions and…

  • How the Next Decade Will Affect Office Design

    2020 is upon us, and with it a new decade.  The 2010s changed the workplace in a number of ways, with a larger focus on staff-centric models designed to boost morale and happiness via green spaces, versatile office layouts and day to day flexibility.  How are the 2020s going to affect the office, and what…

  • Banishing Stress From Your Office With Office Design

    The workplace doesn’t have to be a stressful environment. In fact, with a few proactive tweaks to your office space can drastically reduce the amount of stress your employees face. These simple office design modifications can help people work more productively and feel more relaxed.  Our fast-paced digital age sees us scrambling throughout the day…

  • How to Use Your Office Space to Attain and Retain Customers

    Your office space speaks volumes about you as a company, and your work culture. It’s important to view it as a selling tool to potential customers, rather than simply a spot where employees congregate to work. While productivity is always the goal, a well-designed office space can be used as a marketing tool all by itself. Here’s a…

  • The Importance of Loving Your Office Design

    The right workspace can send positive shockwaves through your entire company by boosting employee morale, client perception and your unique branding. It’s one of the best (albeit underestimated) ways to sell your business organically, and create a real buzz about company culture. Exactly what goes into creating a killer office design, though? How can you fire up worker…

  • To Cubicle, Or Not To Cubicle: What’s Best For Your Workplace

    Office furniture manufacturer Herman Miller designed the cubicle in 1964 as a means of privacy for office workers who were used to the open office interior design approach of a bullpen work environment.  Since that time, cubicles have weathered a love/hate relationship among employees across the world, mainly due to their consecutive pros and cons. …

  • It’s Cold Season!

    It’s Cold Season– Don’t Let it Affect Your Workplace The dreaded cold – While it may sound like an oxymoron – it is a thing, and it’s not fun. If you find yourself getting sick, please take care of yourself and don’t bring your germs to work. Here are 5 ways to avoid sickness in…