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Designtex and Hologenix, LLC announced the launch of Designtex Celliant upholstery, a proprietary upholstery textile backing used in built environments that can recycle a person’s energy, providing a boost and improving wellbeing.
Keilhauer acquired Division Twelve and is therefore expanding its offerings with a line of tables and seating.
Bill Davies received the 2019 Remanufacturing ACE Award from the Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC) during its World Remanufacturing Conference earlier this month.
To assist decision-makers, the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association is creating a registry of commercial furniture that complies to BIFMA standards.
Benefits should exceed costs when office ergonomics is done right.
Mango delivers a quiet, private space for individual work and is linked to increased creativity, productivity, and well-being.
The October 2018 issue features green building, workplace design, zero energy, recycling furniture, and anti-terrorism security. Plus, we celebrate our 30th anniversary.
For 40 years, Louis Armstrong Stadium played host to memorable moments in tennis history. The USTA has opened a new 14,000 seat stadium to replace this facility and usher in a new era.
At the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL, collaborative spaces and custom furniture were cornerstones of the library redesign.
In offices that feature a variety of space types, breakrooms still remain a central draw.
In Vancouver, WA, HAPO Community Credit Union designed its newest branch to achieve WELL certification from the International WELL Building Institute.
This new height-adjustable desk provides an attractive, easy to assemble solution for employees seeking a comfortable, flexible workstation.
In this annual survey of Facility Executive readers, votes were cast for product and service suppliers preferred during 2017.
Expansion Cityline is a furniture system that adapts to a space and its required functions.
Flirt is a comprehensive collection of furniture that can be setup, transported, and stored, turning any setting into a gathering place.
The way we work is changing. Can office design keep pace? Three design leaders from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) share their insights.
Funded by the American Society of Interior Designers Foundation’s Transform Grant, a year-long study found adjustable workstations beneficial in reducing inactivity in and outside of the workplace.
Pivot, Hive, and ThinkTank Mobile mesh flexible design with high-functionality to bolster collaboration and creativity in the workplace.
Digital convergence enables new possibilities for workplace management that can deliver cost reductions, improve operations, and facilitate occupant productivity.
This modular furniture collection provides facility planners with tools they need to accommodate many work styles.
Millennials thrive on competitive collaboration. With this in mind, companies have redesigned their spaces with open, transparent working environments
Updated seating collection introduces ergonomic and aesthetic enhancements designed to boost productivity and collaboration in today’s evolving office.
In this annual survey of Facility Executive readers, votes were cast for product and service suppliers preferred during 2016.
EPA Recommendations of Specifications, Standards, and Ecolabels for Federal Purchasing include NSF standards in several facility interiors product categories.
These debut products and services are poised to help facility executives meet their goals in 2017 and beyond.
In an evolving industry, healthcare facility managers are on the front lines in creating spaces conducive to the work of caregivers and their patients.
The LessThanFive Customizer tool enables furniture buyers to virtually view the LessThanFive chair with their choice of imagery applied.
CARVART Contract’s glassTOPS reinvent and reinvigorate contract furnishings, projecting a sleek reflective aesthetic that upgrades new or updates old desks, credenzas, tables, and counters.
The use of technology can help facility managers address a number of issues in the workplace, including everything from life safety to vibration control. Read this issue to find out more.
The communal layout is a staple in many facility planners’ playbooks, but is it right for all scenarios?
Several recent furniture product releases are featured in this latest post.
In this web exclusive product focus, the editors present several of the latest introductions to the market.
Creating a workplace fit for today and the future requires insight from facility managers.
Grassroots organization was founded by top design companies to protect consumers against counterfeits.
A look at the topics covered over the past year provides a peek into what will be top of mind in 2014.
This post was submitted by TFM FM Frequency Charles Carpenter, a facility management professional who is often asked to test his powers of creative thinking.
Certification allows a manufacturer to ensure greater sustainability for their products and throughout their entire supply chain.
Changes are on the horizon for third-party green product certification initiatives.
Food can be everywhere with culinary inspired furnishings.
This Web Exclusive is a recap of results from a recent office ergonomics survey conducted by Staples Advantage. The pain in your neck at work...