BuzziSpace’s latest sound-absorbing product will spice up—and quiet down—any open space.
Our friends at MOI share the top five trends they expect to take root in the workplace in 2015.
Create provides a platform for developers to evaluate deals, track progress, and collaborate with specialists.
The makers of the Stir Kinetic Desk say they’re doing for the office what Nest is doing for the home.
3form’s Infinite Glass System features an online customization tool that allows you to specify a style to suit your brand.
Kimball’s Xsede open-plan benching can be configured to enable users to work individually, in small teams, or in large groups.
Any day that starts with a talk by Helen Marriage and ends with trick-or-treat is a success in our book, and #NeoConEast14 didn’t disappoint.
They reduce stress, help us think more clearly, and look supercool. In other words: a real no-brainer. Learn more in our interview with Habitat Horticulture founder David Brenner.
Mission Bell’s millwork, woodwork, and casework—much of it reclaimed from Bay Area landmarks—scores style points in the workplaces of Silicon Valley’s tech giants.
Yum. Get a closer look at Todd Bracher’s new Trea chair for Humanscale, inspired by the exoskeleton of a lobster.
See how a non-traditional insurance company used transparent hot pink panels to punctuate their open-plan office.
See how Vitra used Carnegie and Swiss textile manufacturer Création Baumann’s elegant acoustical sheers to absorb distracting noise in their NYC showroom.
The WDM team thinks that these Coalesse conference chairs were among the most comfortable to be debuted this year at NeoCon.
You bet. Check out how BuzziSpace gave the lunch table — an age old symbol for community — new life as a tool for the modern office.
Benching and nesting and standing, oh my! Here’s a gallery of products that made us stop for a closer look last week at the Mart.