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Hybrid work is here to stay—here’s how facility managers can refresh their office spaces to reflect this new normal.
View this video webinar discussion and discover ways you can better understand space using data so you can build a successful workplace design.
Here are ideas to expand beyond the walls of your building.
Organizational change around the new workplace isn’t one size-fits-all, and facility management has a central role.
Experts in workplace design, from HLW, Pininfarina of America, and Ted Moudis Associates, share insights on creating outdoor spaces for employees, as well as bringing nature inside.
Saltmine's new social distancing features will help businesses reconfigure workspaces for the safe return of their employees.
Look at ways to support productivity, employee wellness, and sustainability in order to modernize and future-proof your office spaces.
The 2019 Workplace Report from Ted Moudis Associates indicates employee well-being is becoming a primary driver for tailored work environments.
When it comes to workplace design strategy, consider the evolution in emerging big data design versus the traditional approach.
The 2019 Staples Workplace Survey finds employees value having a choice when it comes to where they work and the environments that inspire them to be most productive.
Fir Tree Partners hired Kostow Greenwood Architects for its most recent (sustainable) office upgrade in New York City.
Workplace data tells a story, and facility management’s interpretation matters.
In a recent survey of U.S. and UK workers, access to natural light was found to be an important factor in their level of job satisfaction.
A second annual Capital One Workplace Environment Survey finds flexibility remains high on the list of priorities for employees.
Cultivating a healthy indoor environment can begin with sound daylighting strategies.
New study finds office design and aesthetics are playing a greater role in recruiting young talent.
Facility executives can have great impact on productivity through workplace design.
Millennials thrive on competitive collaboration. With this in mind, companies have redesigned their spaces with open, transparent working environments
Simply redesigning the facility doesn't solve every engagement issue, but it can go a long way to energize and inspire employees in their work.
Facility management executives are in the position to bolster organizational goals via workplace design.