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Less Collaboration, More Quiet: Building For Gen Z, The Digital Natives...

In the last two years, millennials have become the largest generation in the American workforce. Developers, designers and landlords have been falling...

Open-Plan Offices Literally Make You Stupid, According to Harvard

Open-plan offices were intended to increase an organization's collective intelligence by creating more opportunities for face-to-face interaction. In theory, this made perfect sense....

Finding the Right Fit: Furniture for Traditional and Open Offices

There has been a lot of conversation around the merits of traditional and open offices. Each type has different benefits and drawbacks,...

NEW WAYS OF WORKING: NOOK HELPS BRING NEW WAYS OF WORKING,...

Nook is a mobile modular huddle pod, designed originally to help introverts and those on the autistic spectrum in the workplace. Now...

Evolution of the Office and Profitability

Some version of “the office” has existed since the Middle Ages. Individuals have been leaving their homes and traveling to a different...

5 Possible Scenarios For The Future Of Coworking

As coworking activity continues to increase in the U.S., including doubling inventory in the past couple of years in major markets, industry...

Everyone hates open offices. Here’s why they still exist.

First, you tear down the walls and dispense with the soulless cubicles. Then you put everyone at long tables, shoulder to...

How to redesign your workspace to be your most productive in...

Productivity is always a hot topic, and you can find a plethora of tips and tools to help you get more...

Florence Knoll Bassett, 101, Designer of the Modern American Office, Dies

Florence Knoll Bassett, a pioneering designer and entrepreneur who created the modern look and feel of America’s postwar corporate office with sleek...

Three Design Influencers Weigh in on the Future of Work

It’s self-evident that the workplace is changing, but we might ask how dramatic these changes actually are. Looking for an answer...