A Q&A with Clive Wilkinson Architects on the future AI in the workplace.
CBRE’s 2018 U.S. Market Outlook forecasts market performance in the year ahead for all major commercial real estate sectors.
The utilization of coworking spaces by corporate companies is on the rise. Factors feeding the trend include increased flexibility, lower costs, greater emphasis on employee values and the global drive towards innovation.
The Omni Workspace Company (Omni) board of directors announced today that Carlene Wilson, current President of Atmosphere Commercial Interiors (Atmosphere), has been named CEO of the company effective today.
Aesthetics and the overall look of your office have more to do with employee satisfaction than you might think. Here's how to create a workspace that will inspire, boost employee morale, and retain talent.
Lodging Econometrics (LE) recently released the Global Construction Pipeline Trend Report, which compiles the construction pipeline for every country and market in the world.
Safco Products acquired Mayline in 2016. Both specialized in producing office furniture, according to a news release last year announcing the acquisition.
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) completed a full spectrum of pre- and post-occupancy research on its new Washington, D.C. headquarters. The research shows how workplace design positively influences health, wellness, employee satisfaction, and work performance.
For the third quarter inclusive of August, September, and October, revenue increased 1.5% to $68,794,000 from $67,795,000 the prior year. Through nine months, revenue increased 9.8% to $164,665,000 from $149,976,000 the year before.
Designer Patricia Urquiola has overhauled Cassina's 1940s headquarters in Meda, northern Italy, to include a wall of plants and a cylindrical meeting space encased in metal panelling.
Only 15% of UK employees feel they have a fun, creative working culture at their organisation, only 17% say their organisations are emerging new working cultures while 69% say their working cultures are ‘traditional’.
Ore streams composes of a range of office furniture including a cabinet, desk, table and a low chair, using dead-stock and recycled materials.
London’s businesses need more than just imposing HQs – and east London is rapidly becoming a testbed for future ways of working.