The workplace is changing, and companies are starting to bring in arquitectes and using big data in order to drive design decisions for their workplace to truly support the modern workforce generation.
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Several coworking operators have started implementing data tracking software technology to better accommodate occupants while boosting productivity in their spaces.
Uncommon taps on the growing biophilic trend for its new flagship coworking space in London.
Coworking firm Knotel is launching Geometry, a subscription rental service for flexible office furniture such as portable phone booths and collapsible meeting rooms.
British brand Established & Sons have introduced four new furniture designs that aim to create a more comfortable workplace, while also being functional to homes.
While the coworking market has grown saturated, many operators are finding unique ways to stand apart from the competition by providing unexpected services and amenities.
Modern offices have taken note of what keeps people coming back to hotels by offering a relaxing atmosphere and amenities to have a productive and collaborative workday.
Many workplaces have settled into offering flexible options to cater to collaborative and private environments for all workers, but where can office design go from here?