An increasing number of DC-area landlords are re-branding their suburban buildings, making them as attractive as their urban counterparts.
The design team worked hard to communicate efficiency rather than luxury for Richemont, a group that represents some of the world’s most recognizable luxury brands.
In the DesignLab challenge, Vornado/Charles E. Smith invited six DC-area architecture firms to create the most innovative office suites they could dream up.
WORKTECH New York will draw industry movers and shakers to debate and discuss the future of work.
The trend of Western shows in recent times has been to reduce their timescale; in contrast, this year, CIFF Office was extended from four days to five.
“There’s a change happening and it’s so much more than bright colors and a communal table.” A recap of Bisnow’s panel discussion about creative offices and what they mean for the future of work.
Adam Stoltz, the Regional Lead of Consulting for HOK in New York, attended CIFF as a correspondent for Work Design Magazine. Here, he describes the trends that emerged at the show.
The full case study and video showcasing Work Design Now 2013 winner, McDermott Will & Emery, and details on how you can win the same thing this year.
Catch the highlights from our most recent Work Design Talk.
The full case study and video showcasing Work Design Now 2013 winner, GSK, and details on how you can win the same thing this year.
The office is no longer a singular, monolithic place where everyone is working at the same time in the same space. A recap of last week’s webinar, led by Gary Miciunas.
The full case study and video showcasing Work Design Now 2013 winner, fairlife, and details on how you can win the same thing this year.
From the archives: Gary Miciunas’s fresh take on measuring the workplace, a primer for Thursday’s webinar, “The Relationship Between Office Design and How People Work.”
A deeper look at the challenges that two law firms face as they brace for the future of work.
Details about this year’s program, “Innovation on the Edge,” and a special offer for Work Design readers.