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Kinestral Technologies recently unveiled the first installation of its new Halio smart-tinting glass at Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.’s San Francisco office.
The Infinity task light wins Red Dot product award; OfficeIQ honored as a World Changing Idea Finalist by Fast Company.
The new L Series includes manual and electronic faucets, water, steam and gas valves, remote valves and spouts and combination fittings.
This lighting controls strategy is used to reduce energy use while maintaining occupant comfort.
Interior design technology startup Panoramia launches the world’s first 3D visualization solution for elevator interiors.
From paper clip providers and break room suppliers to desktop tchotchke manufacturers, companies adversely impacted by the rise of the “free range” office are joining forces to protest the trend.
The EPA’s recommendations, which guide U.S. government procurement practices, now include The Carpet and Rug Institute’s GLP certification program.
Some cities and states have adopted a different symbol that was created to be more dynamic and suggestive of movement than the ISA.
While a sloppy or disorganized desk can be annoying or distracting, a desk that’s too clean can also raise red flags.
This free webinar video demystifies the topic of speech privacy and sound masking, shows you how to set goals for levels of speech privacy, and addresses how privacy performance is measured.
View this video webinar and learn how to address allergy concerns in your facility, removing the source of suffering—the allergens themselves.
Structure Tone’s new office in Manhattan achieves WELL Certification at the Silver Level; marks first WELL Certified Project in New York.
After receiving more than 3,000 votes from across the nation, Deb Group announced the elementary, middle, and high school winners of its Happy Hands Dispenser Design Contest.
A new workplace collaboration survey from Oblong Industries reveals 89% of workers want to engage with information in more interactive, immersive ways.