Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. VARIDESK articles below.
Successful workplaces are not designed by looks alone. Purpose-based design is about finding the right balance between looks and functionality.
The maker of standing desks and risers offers more than furniture today, and the company's new name, Vari, reflects its evolution.
The foot support on the VARIDESK Stand2Learn stool was improperly welded and can break, posing a fall hazard to consumers.
When done right, an open office can help the financial health of a business, and also enhance productivity and engagement for its hardworking employees.
The VARIDESK Privacy Booth offers a retreat for focus work, personal phone calls and other matters requiring greater quiet and confidentiality in collaborative environments.
This office campus in Irving, TX, fully furnished and brimming with amenities, is the endeavor of VARIDESK, a workplace furniture solutions company.
An office redesign at Victory Renewables, LLC in Southlake, TX has improved employee comfort and collaboration.
Known for its height-adjustable standing desk, the Coppell, TX based company is branching out to offer flexible office environments for start-ups and other fast-growing firms.
QuickFlex Walls can be assembled or disassembled in minutes, so you can easily create conference rooms, offices, or focus areas on demand.
This new height-adjustable desk provides an attractive, easy to assemble solution for employees seeking a comfortable, flexible workstation.
When it comes to office design, an active workspace might be just what your employees need. Here are three ways to maximize their buy-in.
These debut products and services are poised to help facility executives meet their goals in 2017 and beyond.
Facility management executives are in the position to bolster organizational goals via workplace design.
The Pro Desk 60 sit/stand workstation will outfit the new office headquarters of Pied Piper, the show’s title tech startup.
The communal layout is a staple in many facility planners’ playbooks, but is it right for all scenarios?