Much speculation has been made about how Gen Z will embrace the workplace, so Ted Moudis’ Kate Wieczorek asked a Gen Z-er to share her unique insights, and what they expect from their employers.
If dogs are mankind's best friend, it's a little sad that office jobs typically require leaving them home all day long.
How many square feet people are willing to live in has been shrinking for years, and now their offices are shrinking too.
As the trend of corporate workplace design has shifted toward an open concept, workplaces have struggled to find the appropriate level of ancillary space to balance so much public work space.
The future of workplace design is engaging with individuals and asking them what they want from their space.
WDM connected with four CRE experts who are looking beyond the here and now of tenant and landlord views of how well-designed amenities are a critical component of workplace design.
SquareFoot co-founder Jonathan Wasserstrum has moved a host of high-flying businesses--including his own--into new digs.
In what has been dubbed “the privacy backlash” many workers are finding themselves less productive in open-office floorplans. Curated pieces solve open plan design challenges.
A recent event held at Haworth's San Francisco showroom gathered workplace specialists to discuss trends in office design, including its ability to create a "counterpoint to our digital spaces."
HOK’s WorkPlace practice has issued its latest report, “Designing a Neurodiverse Workplace,” exploring how organizations can create physical work environments that support the full range of employees: neurotypical and neurodivergent.
Herman Miller, the luxury furniture maker whose Aeron chair is in the Museum of Modern Art, is the most frequent recipient of DHS money for office furniture.
Reinventing a workplace means balancing the art of what’s possible, with the science of what’s practical.
Your office is more than just bricks and mortar, it can also be a key tool to motivate and inspire your workforce.
A recent Think Tank panel dwelled on aspects of flexibility and choice, two key factors in keeping employees happy.
Our labor laws are weak enough as they are—and technology is constantly helping companies find ways around the ones that do exist to more closely monitor and analyze their workers.
The gig economy in the US is growing exponentially, and with projections of freelancers making up almost half of the US workforce by 2027, employers are keen on engaging this talent pool.
Many companies with offices around the world may have a universal aesthetic, but localization is key to the most successful workplaces, say designers Dari Shechter and Lily Stanger.