Interiors Articles

Articles in this section cover furniture, space planning, conference rooms, interior design and architecture, cleaning, maintenance, open offices, soundmasking, acoustics, carpet, ceilings, and other interior elements that would be managed by facility professionals.

ModSpace's MedBuild Team Provides Louisiana Veterans with New Facility

Ribbon-cutting ceremony marks official opening of the new 9,195 square-foot VA St. John Outpatient... ...Read More...

AstraZeneca Lab Achieves Certification

Deleware lab becomes first of its kind in state to receive gold... ...Read More...

New Survey Shows Green Cleaning Not Threatened

Despite the economic slow down, companies have not turned their backs on using green cleaning... ...Read More...

Herman Miller Employees Donate Time

More than 100 of the company’s employees traveled to Alexandria, VA to help six non-profit organizations in the city. As part of a Herman Miller conference, Alexandria benefitted from a staff volunteer day. Rebuilding Together Alexandria (RTA) orchestrated various volunteer projects at non-profits, from playing games with seniors and painting to landscaping and interacting with children. “To be a part of the community means you roll up... ...Read More...

Steelcase and Lab Crafters Announce Strategic Business Alliance

Steelcase recently announced that it has negotiated a strategic business alliance agreement with Lab Crafters Inc., a 30 year old company located in Ronkonkoma, NY, that manufactures a portfolio of product solutions developed for laboratory environments. Lab Crafters designs and manufactures fume hoods, casegoods, and other integrated laboratory solutions. The alliance will provide Steelcase new capabilities to meet customers’ needs for... ...Read More...

FM Issue: Powering Through The Data Center

Focusing on four major areas can contribute to successful power design in mission critical facilities.... ...Read More...

WEIRD WEDNESDAY: Off The Cuff Off Cuts Made Into Furniture

In the ongoing quest to reduce, reuse, and recycle, one aspiring furniture designer is expressing her artistic talent in the form of furniture made from factory waste—and nothing else. No screws, bolts—just wood waste. Amy Hunting, a London, UK-based designer and illustrator, has introduced The Patchwork Collection—lamps, chairs, and storage/book boxes made out of wood waste and off cuts produced in the Danish factories. These descriptions... ...Read More...

Gunlocke Attains New SCS Sustainable Choice Certification

Gunlocke has achieved am environmental benchmark, certifying products to the current Business & Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association (BIFMA) Sustainability Standard. Gunlocke is among the first companies to certify its environmental performance claims through Scientific Certification System (SCS) Sustainable Choice Program. Gunlocke’s case good product lines including, Medley, Menu, Mosaic, and Kennsington have met the... ...Read More...

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Professional Development: Office Clutter? Don’t Agonize, Organize!

Guest Contributor James O'Connor claims a little bit of desk tidying goes a long way towards being clutter... ...Read More...

Atrium Fire Safety Solution For Wrigley Center

The Wrigley Global Innovation Center serves as an office and research facility for the confectionery industry. One notable element of the facility is the atrium in the center of the building, which provides meeting areas in a garden setting, featuring 25 plant species from four continents under 540 glass panels. While the rest of the building was only three stories, the four story high atrium reclassified the building, requiring high rise... ...Read More...