Multisensory Design Caters to the Needs of All Employees

  Many designers focus on creating a beautiful workplace that both employees and visitors can admire. While a distinct style is important to displaying a company’s culture, it’s also vital to appeal to all the senses so the design provides an all-encompassing...

Company Culture and Environment Lead the Charge In Office Design

Company culture and environment are crucial elements to a successful business. Both customers and employees value what a company stands for and its ideals. When a workspace is authentic to your mission and message, the impact can be astounding. According to WorkDesign...

Spaces, Inc. Remembers Jens Risom

The world recently lost one of its greatest interior designers, Jens Risom, who was 100-years-old. Born into a well-known Danish architectural family in 1916, Risom was surrounded by the architectural and design profession throughout his early life. Risom left Denmark...

Designer Spotlight: Eero Saarinen

Eero Saarinen, a famous architect and furniture designer, was born to world famous Eliel Saarinen and textile artist Loja Saarinen. Eliel was an internationally recognized architect and Director for the Cranbrook Academy of Art architect and Cranbrook Academy of Art...

Designer Spotlight: Mies Van Der Rohe

Perhaps one of the greatest architects of the 20th century was a German-born educator and designer named Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe. According to the Mies Society, Van Der Rohe helped shape and define modern architecture by emphasizing open space to reveal the...

Spaces, Inc. Project Profile: Van Trust Real Estate

The real estate business moves at a frenetic pace and requires an office space that is welcoming to clients. The environment must be functional for the employees but also provide comfort and an inviting space for clients that helps them feel at ease.  Spaces, Inc....