With the U.S.-China trade war sapping demand, companies have limited options for protecting profits.
People love patterns. Our brains recognize and resonate with geometric designs in the world around us. Our eyes look for naturally repeating patterns, called fractals, without even realizing we’re doing it.
Using its own London office as a case study, architecture firm Gensler has created a modular furniture range for Fantoni in response to a trend for more flexible and collaborative workplaces.
In honor of our August theme of AI and the Human Experience, HOK’s Kay Sargent shares an informative video exploring how AI is impacting work today and beyond.
The extent to which the president’s tweet orders are enforceable remains unclear, but his tweets were certainly enough to throw the markets in disarray.
Rachel Gutter, CEO of the International WELL Building Institute, talks to Metropolis about WELL v2 and making the standard's Movement category more universal.
Elizabeth Dvorak founded Herman Miller dealer Workscapes in 1998 and leads one of the largest woman-owned businesses in Florida.
In its fourteenth year, Shaw Contract’s Design Awards program recognizes the creative vision of the architects and designers who inspire new ways of living, working, learning and healing.
As our understanding of wellness grows more complex, designers are thinking about the full life cycle of products they are specifying for the workplace.
The Institute's monthly Architecture Billings Index came in at a score of 50.1 last month, which is a 1-point increase from June's score.
Shaw Contract introduced Living Systems, a new Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Silver collection of 9” x 36” carpet tiles that represents a holistic design approach.
We’re used to hearing people predict what The Office of the Future will look like. It’s been going on for a very long time now and each new generation of commentators on the subject comes up with its own forms of wishful thinking, wild generalisations, distorted conclusions and failures to account for the inherent unknowability of future disruptive technology.
Shaw Contract introduced Joy Squared , an American made LVT collection of 24” x 24” (61 cm x 61 cm) tiles inspired by the spontaneous and joyous moments of our youth.
In the latest report from Density, more than 10,000 hours of meeting room data were analyzed—generated by their sensor platform—to explore how wrong-sized meeting rooms cost workplaces millions of dollars every year.
Knotel has now completed a $400 million financing, led by Wafra, an investment arm of the Sovereign Wealth Fund of Kuwait.
Steelcase CEO Jim Keane explains how giving people work-space choices can make workplace behavior more human.
Already, technologies once confined to the realm of science fiction are trickling into our everyday lives. But how can we use these impressive advancements—existing and envisioned—to create a better workplace?