When an office seamlessly functions for the employee, the end-user doesn’t notice it–they intuitively experience it.
Greener offices are good for business, your corporate real estate portfolio, and most of all, the planet. Keep reading to learn more.
Evolving workplace and workforce norms and trends have created a crucial demand for modern occupancy planning methodologies and technologies.
As distributed and hybrid workforces become the norm, properly optimizing space has become increasingly more complex.
People are dynamic and as such, modern offices should be responsive to their needs and preferences in order for employees to be productive.
Workplace design processes are changing–especially when it comes to effectively engaging stakeholders. Learn more in this week’s blog post.
Americas Infrastructure Lead Mark Wartenberg values creating equitable workspaces, via an equitable design process.
No single employee works the same, so no company culture is the same either. So, what happens when different office cultures collide?
Socialization is a great way to increase office engagement–but what other activities can draw employees back to in-person spaces?
When it comes to workplace safety, it’s no longer enough for offices to be merely “up to code”– they need to be frictionless and adaptive.