In a hybrid workforce world, it’s not only about the plexiglass. It’s about the person. Laura Vierling from Perkins+Will explores the design requirements of the post-pandemic workplace for unique requirements and personalities.
February 18, 2021
Long before Covid-19, our destructive behavior of abusing the earth for consumer purposes had been exponentially growing. This is also known as the Plastic Age. Royce Epstein shares how a material evolution is necessary for the design industry to heal our relationship with nature and create design solutions for the future.
February 11, 2021
From accessible restrooms to ‘softer’ interiors and clear signage, Gensler’s Amie Keener shares how designers are redefining public spaces to make them more accommodating for those who require these environments to be more inclusive.
January 25, 2021
Mohawk Group’s Royce Epstein shares why it’s important for design to include alternate views of history, to be more inclusive, and shape a new present and future.
January 8, 2021
The Pantone 2021 color combination is “practical and rock solid but at the same time warming and optimistic,” and can be used throughout your office or home workspace to keep it looking fresh and on trend, without a complete design overhaul.
December 29, 2020
The way we work has been reset, and we must completely rethink our current offices. Figure3’s Mardi Najafi and Jillian Warren discuss the importance of creating more memorable experiences in our offices, and the lessons we can learn from retail design.
December 18, 2020
The restroom is one of few places in a workspace that is used by everybody. While many are less than idyllic, they have the potential to enhance comfort and satisfaction, and play a valuable role in the workplace experience.
December 10, 2020
The home has been transformed into a place of work, deadlines and pressure, but you can help create an environment of calm by making some simple design changes. From desk position to wall colours, here are 5 easy ways to help ease work-related stress at home.
December 9, 2020
Experiential Graphic Design (EGD) can be used to “to take a crummy situation and lighten it up” through positive, lighthearted design and graphics. In this interview with Allwork.Space, design experts John Stein and Ari Grazi discuss how EGD can be used in today’s workspaces.
October 28, 2020
As companies resize and retrofit their real estate portfolios, how will their original workspace be repurposed? Among the observations put forward by various CRE companies, there is now a much greater focus on the office as a place for human experience; tenants want social interaction and meaningful collaboration rather than just showing up at the office each day.
October 15, 2020
Inside historic buildings that have survived decades, there is a unique opportunity to create the next era of office space. Skender’s Brian Bukowski explores the nuances and challenges of building out and managing projects in historic buildings.
October 1, 2020
The design lines between home and workplace have been increasingly blurred in recent years, and now is the opportunity to create synergy between the two.
September 24, 2020
Some colors are known to soothe us, some to energize, while others distract or even aggravate us. From paint for walls to accent furniture, Cowork Tahoe’s Jamie Orr investigates the science of color and the best combination of colors for workspace design.
September 24, 2020