Whitepapers


Can An Office Be Designed for Better ROI?

As an office interiors firm with a focus on return on investment for companies, we are frequently asked, “Can an office be designed for better ROI?” In our years of experience, we have absolutely seen that it can. That’s why in our office design, we go beyond simply arranging new desks, chairs and furniture. We […]

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Improve your employees health with a Workspace Nudge

Improve your employees health with a Workspace Nudge

Did you know that the 15 feet around each of your employees, has a profound effect on the health and wellness of your employees?   In a recent article written by the experts at Haworth, they detail how the 15 feet around your employees, impacts almost every system of the body.  The chair that your […]

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Create a Successful Organizational Culture

“A Google search for “company culture” turns up over 290,000,000 hits in a fraction of a second, garnering headlines from Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and other business publications. Why does culture earn so much press? Because it’s critically important, often misunderstood, and influences employee engagement—all of which ultimately affect financial performance. Whether conscious or subconscious, culture evokes strong emotions that motivate employees to […]

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Whitepaper: Economics of Ergonomics

Being able to discuss with management the costs of work-related musculoskleletal disorders (WMSDs) and the performance losses associated with them is beneficial when trying to justify the purchase of “ergonomically” designed office furniture. This paper from Haworth discusses the steps involved in the process to cost justify ergonomic changes. Download the whitepaper

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Strategic Blueprint: Balancing Cost-Effectiveness with Support for Corporate Change & Flexibility

In recent years, organizations have increased their attention to facilities management — due in large part to a perceived need for increased consolidation in the procurement, specification, and project management of corporate office environments. As the cost of corporate real estate remains high, many companies consider facilities in terms of organizational efficiency and cost-cutting initiatives. […]

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Understanding The Power of Coworking

Coworking evolved when the home office proved to be an insufficient space for freelancers seeking collaboration with likeminded, independent people. These spaces provide a productive, creative, and satisfying work atmosphere, not just for freelancers, but also for corporate organizations. As more and more corporations realize that coworking offers great potential for fostering innovation it raises many questions. […]

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Supporting Workstyles for Greater Organizational Success

Did you know that employees represent more than 80% of a company’s overall investments? That is an astounding commitment for organizations operating in a world of work that continues to evolve at an exceedingly fast pace. Businesses today must face the dilemma of how to strategically invest their limited resources to ensure every employee is […]

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Collaborative Spaces

While working in teams may not be a new concept, in recent years there has been a steady shift way from independent, heads-down work toward more collaborative, team-based activities (Brand, 2008). Even in businesses that have traditionally focused on the individual, the value of collaboration — whether for brainstorming or socializing — is finding growing […]

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HEALTHCARE: Tips For Improving Clinical Design

Lets explore some tips for improving clinical design in healthcare. The nationwide shift toward outpatient (ambulatory) care continues to rise at a steep rate to meet demand. As a result, the growing prevalence of outpatient care facilities has taken on tremendous importance for today’s healthcare providers. From 1992 to 2012, outpatient visits to community hospitals in the U.S. rose from […]

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Collegiate Design: The New Driver for Workplace Design

When making the jump from collegiate to corporate environments, recently hired graduates are often “lost in transition.” 82% of them in fact. Not only are new hires baffled by the relevance of their physical space (“cube farms”), but also by the work styles expected of them. In order to support the work styles of the newest […]

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