The meek may inherit the earth, but do they ever make it to the corner office?
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the U.S. Green Building Council, and – two decades in – the movement has reached fever pitch.
“The influence of the millennial generation on the evolving workforce was a huge driver of the day,” said Allegro. “This generation sees their own personal success as enhanced by the success of others.”
A recap of this year’s conference, held at Yelp’s new HQ in San Francisco.
BOX Studios Ferdinand Dimailig on the influx of tech suites in the “Silicon City.”
The intellectual property firm defies Boston’s staid law firm culture in a new office designed by ADD Inc.
The hands on communities of like-minded people who learn from one another, socialize together, and help eachother achieve goals are hotbeds of productivity and collaboration.
More than 150 designers, architects, and industry professionals turned out for our latest Work Design Talk.
A round-up of the best answers to our most recent “Questions of the Week”.
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NELSON’s Gary Miciunas shares his “three C’s” to help designers achieve a 50/50 ratio, more desirable than the old 70/30.
Work Design Magazine’s favorite products at NeoCon East 2013.
Who doesn’t love a skylight? New research shows that virtual skylights trigger the same positive “biophilic” response as the real thing.
Tax credits incentivized Zimmerman Architectural Studios’ restoration of the old Milwaukee “City Lights” building – complete with a fun collaboration hub for staff.
David O’Brien remembers the man behind one of the most influential chair designs in history. Charles Randolph Pollock is the legendary furniture designer who – in one elegant design – modernized the humble office chair. His name is synonymous with modern office design.