Elizabeth Redmond participated as a panelist in our live webinar Post-Pandemic: The Future of Workplace Strategy. Elizabeth is cofounder and CEO of CoWorkr, a workplace sensors company focusing on balancing space efficiency with a healthy workplace.
Kristi Paulson participated as a panelist in our live webinar Post-Pandemic: The Future of Workplace Strategy. Krisiti leads the Los Angeles office of Behnisch Architekten on projects that range from educational, residential and workplace to museums and sports facilities.
Ala Sobierajksi and Tammy Kosloff from HuddleHQ participated in our live webinar Post-Pandemic: The Future of Workplace Strategy. Ala and Tammy are industry veterans that provide keen insight into how we react organizationally in the face of a pandemic.
Whether team members have committed to getting in shape, being less stressed, or achieving a work-life balance, encouraging physical and mental health in the workplace is easy to do.
From “smart home” to “smart office”, the Internet of Things is shaping how we work and how we design for work. As workplace designers concerned with space optimization and worker satisfaction, gathering and analyzing data is a must. Understanding how often individuals use a space, feel in a room, occupy a chair, or reserve a conference room, can help us better design an office that works for them.
Designing for improved employee engagement entails creating expressive work environments that promote collaboration, comfort, and company culture. Learn how to achieve higher productivity, lower turnover, and a more positive atmosphere with this list of workplace design suggestions to help impassion and excite employees.
Research shows that a quality workplace can help reduce stress, improve productivity, and spur employee engagement and collaboration. So how do you create a workplace setting to meet the wellness needs of today’s modern workforce? Read these seven tips to learn how.
As businesses strive to create healthier, more productive spaces, designers are looking to biophilia to connect employees to the natural world.
A well-designed office goes beyond workstation configurations and office layouts. It entails how employees interact with the space throughout the day and how they respond to lighting, acoustics, and overall environment.