ABOUT Carolyn Cirillo
Carolyn Cirillo

Carolyn Cirillo is a Brooklyn-based marketing researcher, strategist and content creator focused on design-driven interior products and spaces. She writes about work, home and lifestyle trends for leading interior brands, the architecture and design community and her blog, Untethered. A native of Los Angeles, she is a passionate proponent of coworking, urban living, mass transit and modern design. Follow her on Twitter at @carolyncirillo. Get in touch with Carolyn at [email protected]

NYC’s Most Innovative Offices, As Showcased During Workplace Week

Workplace Week 2019 showcased New York City’s most innovative workplaces.

July 18, 2019

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Niche-ification Of Coworking Continues With Growth Of Women-focused Spaces

A wave of female-focused coworking spaces are emerging across different US and international markets.

June 26, 2019

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3 Things You Need To Know To Create A Successful Coworking Website

Marketing expert Kevin Whelan shared how to create a successful website with coworking operators during a live series organized by GWA.

June 18, 2019

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Knotel Launches Geometry, An Agile Furniture Subscription Service

Flexible workspace provider Knotel launched Geometry, a subscription-based furniture service to help clients move into their offices faster.

June 12, 2019

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How User-Centric Design Creates A Transformative Workplace Experience

At WORKTECH19 in New York City, Gensler’s Hans Neubert discussed the next phase of workplace design and that we should always focus on the people. Our overall aim must be, how can we give people tools, spaces and places where they can do their best work?

May 21, 2019

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The Future Workplace Is Designed For People By People (With A Little Help From VR And Other Tech Tools)

At WORKTECH19 in New York City, thought leaders shared best practices and case studies on how design tools can be used to engender a sense of ownership and community in the workforce, enabling companies to attract and retain the best talent.

May 17, 2019

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Agile Furniture Line Debuts To Serve Small Occupiers With Flexibility, Affordability And Simplicity

A furniture company aims to solve the office set up conundrums faced by workspace operators and small business occupiers. Allwork.Space spoke with the founders of Bureau to find out how their service is living up to its promise of ‘easy, affordable and flexible’.

May 3, 2019

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The Future Of Workplace As A Service

At Disrupt CRE 2019 in New York City, Ryan Simonetti of Convene and Anna Squires Levine, general manager of coworking for Industrious, shared their predictions on what the real estate industry can expect from workplace-as-a-service.

May 2, 2019

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7 Ways Technology Is Disrupting CRE

“The power of data will give and edge” and other key takeaways from Disrupt CRE, held in NYC in March.

April 24, 2019

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Workplace At A Scale And The Partnership Model: A Q&A With Convene’s VP Of Product, Nick LiVigne

Convene’s VP of Product, Nick LiVigne, talks about Convene’s WorkPlace offering and its foray into coworking.

April 12, 2019

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14 Takeaways From The Future Workplace Summit

During the ISG Future Workplace Summit, technology, human resources, and workspace management experts shared predictions on how technology will impact the workplace experience

April 11, 2019

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How Emerging Technologies Will Reshape The Workplace Experience

As technology continues to speed up the pace of business, its influence will dramatically reshape the workplace experience.

April 10, 2019

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Managing Community Through Behavioral Guidelines: A Conversation With Neil Carlson, Founder Of Brooklyn Creative League

“We’re all human. Conflict happens. We wanted to give tools for addressing conflict that strengthens the culture.” Brooklyn Creative League co-founder Neil Carlson explains how introducing simple guidelines has optimized their member experience and added value to the community.

March 7, 2019

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Neighborhood Coworking And “Community Capitalism”: A Conversation With Neil Carlson, Founder Of Brooklyn Creative League

Allwork.Space spoke with Brooklyn Creative League co-founders, Neil Carlson and Erin Carney, to learn how they leverage the many advantages of being an independent coworking operator.

March 6, 2019

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Human-Focused Design Drives Flexible Workplace Trends In 2019

Allwork.Space spoke with Emily Dunn, workplace knowledge consultant for Herman Miller, to learn more about what’s in store for the flexible workplace in the coming year.

January 23, 2019

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