After install, what’s next?

It’s 2023, and after months of going back and forth with contractors, designers, and dealers, your newly renovated office space is set and ready to accommodate your employees. Since the pandemic, the entire office has had the luxury of working remotely, but everyone is now eager to get back into the office to socialize with...

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3 reasons why workplace design really matters.

Stale walls. Cubicles. Commercial carpet. Does any of that sound familiar? The traditional workplace has long been defined as a place where you come in, sit in a sea of cubicles, and plug away. Although some organizations still include cubicles, workplace transformations have become more necessary in today’s post-pandemic world. The office’s role has changed...

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When we think about healthcare, what comes to mind? Insurance, hospitals, doctors, patients are probably the first things that popped into you mind. We typically think about everything else other than how furniture and design impacts healthcare users: the patients, guests, and caregivers. It took a virus that shutdown most parts of the world to...

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The New Workplace Design: Hotelification

  Neocon returns after a hiatus with the hotelification concept. Since 1969, Neocon has been established as the industry leading commercial interior design event showcasing ideas that will transform workplace environments. Neocon continues that tradition today, still recognized as the most valuable with a high-attendance rate event for designers, manufacturers, and dealers to discover people,...

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Herman Miller + Knoll become Unified

Two iconic brands harmonized into one! If you haven’t already heard about the big news, we’re here to tell you! Well…. What is it you ask?!! The two most iconic brands in the design and architecture industry known as Knoll and Herman Miller have become an integrated institution. These two brands now as one unit,...

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A minimal profile that REFLECTS your vision

  If you have ever visited your grandparents or older family member’s household, you probably will notice a significant difference in how their space is designed and decorated compared to your own place. It started out with wooden panels in the renaissance apartments to the funky and abstract furniture in postmodern style homes. In today’s...

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Work life after Covid-19, how to return safe to work

Business owners, facilities managers, and even your IT team are all thinking about employees returning to work; however, are they all on the same page?  Do you have any data to support your return to work strategy?  Is there a Covid-19 return to work checklist?  How can you get all employees excited after work from...

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The Vital Role of Libraries

Libraries, as downright primitive as they can sometimes seem, with the very word conjuring images of towering, dusty book-filled shelves, lingering Dewey Decimal System cabinets and rolls of microfiche, are still essential. This seems to invite disbelief in the Age of Screens: convenient, maybe. Cozy and inoffensive, perhaps. But essential? What is the essential role...

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Healthcare Design for Durability, Flexibility and Aesthetic

How Prefabricated Architectural Solutions Rise to Meet the Challenging Demands of the Healthcare Industry Interior design for healthcare is filled with unique considerations: durability because of the hard use in areas that host patients around the clock, flexibility to address a wide range of functionality and equipment, and aesthetics to promote efficiency and the comfort...

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Civic Collaboration for Community Good

Explore how Civic Hall used a flexible coworking approach to design a work-and-community space dedicated to civic technology.   Coworking spaces are truly taking off, as they offer many advantages to organizations that seek to foster collaboration and go beyond the boundaries of traditional office environments. This trend is influencing government/municipal projects as well. Civic...

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