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  • Best Workplace Design Trends of 2021

    As we near the midpoint of 2021, a return to “normalcy” appears inevitable as lockdowns subside and vaccines continue to roll out. And yet, a likely outcome does not signify an easy one. In the wake of the paradigm shift that has been COVID-19, it has become important for modern businesses to acknowledge their role…

  • Design-Build vs Traditional: Which Project Delivery Method Is Best?

    As trends come and go, so too have office spaces evolved. With a variety of styles to choose from, businesses are taking advantage of this diversity in order to project their company values. Some businesses offices are testimonials to transparency, while others emphasize their commitment to collaboration with expansive, open designs.  And, as office appearances…

  • How To Achieve A Future-Proof Office Design

    The modern workplace has changed dramatically over the past year, but evolution was a factor long before the pandemic had skin in the game. Offices had already shrugged off the stuffy cubicle approach in favor of dynamic workspaces such as the open office environment, with all of the technological leaps and bounds that came with…

  • Designing An Office For Mental Well-Being

    As Governments around the world continue to push for lockdown measures, mental health continues to become a crucial issue for populations already suffering from prolonged and extreme measures designed to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Health experts are now reporting that almost every health affliction besides the pandemic is taking a massive toll…

  • Top 5 Office Design Trends To Watch Out For In 2021

    It may seem difficult to comprehend, but the human race is going to survive well into 2021, and beyond. As we progress into the new year, we can expect a lot of key office design trends to take root, some of which have been influenced greatly by the events of 2020. It’s far from doom…

  • How To Set Up Your Workspace To Attract Top Talent

    Movies have been made about what men want, and what women want, but what about employees? What are the key things they look for when choosing where to work? What strategies can you employ not only to attract top talent, but retain them as well? Today we’re going to take a look at ways you…

  • 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. …

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    Hot Desking – Is it right for your office?

    Over the past few years, a trend called “Hot Desking”, in the workplace has emerged. Hot Desking also referred to as “Desk Hoteling” is the practice of an office replacing permanent offices and cubicles with temporary work spaces. Employees use these work spaces only when they are required or on a rotating system, rather than each…

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    How to Make Collaborative Workspace Design Work in Your Office

    Collaborative workspaces continue to be a hot subject and type of workspace design in and out of the media. Hype aside … how sensible are they really? For extroverts, they make a lot of sense, but many introverts are having a hard time adjusting. The easiest way to make collaborative workspaces work for two very…