Breather gives you access to workspace by-the-hour, designed to delight, inspire, and help you to chill out – and it’s coming to a city near you.
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Luxury online marketplace 1stdibs shows off its new HQ, furnished with some of the site’s best items.
A-list ad agency Droga5’s new NYC headquarters was designed not just to look creative, but to produce creative work.
Human experience is the name of the game at Starcom, and nowhere is that more apparent than in their new Chitown digs.
Lowe Campbell Ewald’s new office is designed to encourage creativity, collaboration, and a sense of history in Detroit.
A look at the design process behind the branding and completion of Getty Images’ new Chicago sales and marketing call center.
See how Compuware brought together 350 employees from different companies in their new Waltham, Mass. office.
U.K.-based typeface design company The Northern Block’s new office is modest, efficient, and took just five days to assemble.
The main goal for the Istanbul-based company was to create more social space, as well as smaller areas for activity-based work.
Their new DC office is open, adaptable, and fits the business to a T — they’ve done for themselves what they aim to do for every client.
See how a forward-thinking private equity firm with a youthful company culture struck a balance between private and communal space in their new Manhattan office.
The recent renovation is just one facet of a company-wide movement away from focusing on product manufacturing to focusing on knowledge and innovation behind the product.
BOX Studios’ Ferdinand Dimailig tells us how they do it in their Chicago office.
A Q+A with the designer who looked to the expanse of an airport runway to inspire the design of a communal incubator that stands out among the glut of tech spaces in San Francisco.