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Cohesive Design To Transition Between The Home Office And Workplace

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.

By: Lynne Ingram

September 24, 2020

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Why Color Is So Important For Workspace Design

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.

By: Jamie Orr

September 24, 2020

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Workplace Design: Bringing The Indoors Out

Living with the coronavirus means people are flocking outdoors rather than indoors, which is impacting workplace design and accelerating demand for green spaces. Allwork.Spoke with 5 design experts to learn about outdoor offices, how being outside improves workplace wellbeing, and what happens during inclement weather.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 21, 2020

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In A Remote World, We Are Still Designing For Social Creatures

Design Director, Meena Krenek, evaluates the effect of COVID-19 on our work environments and notes that the human need to be together is as essential as ever for fortifying the workplace community, social relationships, and a company’s mission and culture.

By: Meena Krenek

September 17, 2020

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Pivot Spaces: A Central Feature In The Post-COVID Workplace

As companies rethink what they want from the post-lockdown workplace, they’re taking a closer look at how they are using space and asking, how can it better meet their needs.

By: Nuno Fernandes

September 10, 2020

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Creating Inspiring Experiences Through Purposeful Design

When leveraging purposeful design through a balanced approach of informed, empathetic, and exciting, designers can reach a more impactful level of design.

By: Guest Contributor

September 3, 2020

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The Long Lasting Effects Of Flexible Office Design

Gensler’s Jennifer Griesbaum shares some flexible office design tips to consider to help workers gather safely and facilitate collaboration.

By: Jennifer Griesbaum

August 27, 2020

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Remote Work Is A Success. What’s Next?

Out-of-office is now the business normal. While nobody knows how the corporate workplace will respond, we can be reasonably confident that the future of work will revolve around worker mobility.

By: Alex Dunham

August 20, 2020

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How Can Workplace Design Learn From Healthcare In A Post-Pandemic World?

Brent Capron and Carolyn BaRoss discuss convergence in architecture, lessons learned, and what the world may look like on the other side of the pandemic.

By: Guest Contributor

August 13, 2020

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Designing Safe, Compelling Shared Spaces To Rekindle Our Love For The Office

As people head back to the office, designers face the challenge of balancing the need for compelling spaces with crucial safety measures. Density, geometry and division are key strategies that can be used to solve these workspace design challenges.

By: Rebecca Charbauski

August 6, 2020

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10 Renovations To Consider Before Reopening Your Office

As offices are starting to reopen across the country, many companies are considering all their options to make a safe and healthy return to work for employees.

By: Clay Edwards

July 16, 2020

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Beyond Hand Sanitiser: TOG’s Head Of Design On Reimagining The Flexible Workspace

The Office Group’s Head of Design, Nasim Köerting’s shares how flexible workspace operators can integrate these practical safety measures with a space that looks and feels beautiful.

By: Jo Meunier (née Disney)

July 2, 2020

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How Technology Can Help Create Healthy Buildings

A healthy building supports our physical, psychological, and social health and wellbeing, according to the WHO. These spaces have the potential to improve company performance, as well as enabling a safe return to work during the pandemic.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

July 1, 2020

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How Multisensory Design Can Reduce Anxiety As People Return To The Workplace

As people head back to the office, some are feeling heightened levels of stress and anxiety. A multisensory approach to workplace design can help people feel more relaxed in their surroundings, and create a more welcoming workplace environment.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

May 20, 2020

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Move Over, Millennials: How Gen Z’s Expectations Will Change The Workplace

Gen Z has officially entered the workforce and they come with their own set of expectations. Allwork.Space spoke with Katie McHugh, Design Director, and Amy Leigh, Hufford Interior Designer, from NELSON Worldwide to learn how this generation will change the workplace.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

April 27, 2020

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