Tag: space planning

David Adjaye

Architect and Designer Spotlight: David Adjaye

David Adjaye is one of the most fascinating and accomplished architects in recent memory. Born in Tanzania in 1966 to a Ghanaian diplomat, Adjaye was destined for design. The travel demands of his father’s occupation allowed Adjaye to observe cultures and influences from numerous countries throughout Africa and the Middle East. His family eventually settled …

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Creating Workspace Designs for Today’s Workforce

  The workforce as we know it today looks a lot different than it did just 10 years ago. No longer do offices require standardized cubicles, bulky desks for huge desktop computers or bland break rooms for staff to relax in. Workspaces need to reflect the state of technology, design and necessities demanded by business …

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Designing Your Office Space Today for the Future: Generation Z Enters the Workplace

  In recent years, we have witnessed significant changes to office design and workplace culture. Open spaces facilitating coworking and collaboration geared towards millennials have replaced closed offices and cubicles, and overall workplace experience focusing on a culture supportive of employee wellness and bonding has taken the stage. But what can we expect in the …

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Designs That Work: NeoCon 2016

The long awaited commercial design trade show, NeoCon 2016, which will be held in Chicago June 13-15, 2016 is right around the corner, promising innovative designs that will further modernize the space planning and architectural industry. The annual event brings in more than 50,000 design professionals to showcase work and educate audiences from around the …

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B.E. Smith Workspace Design Profile

We started this workspace design project when B.E. Smith, a healthcare executive search firm, acquired their new Lenexa, Kan. location. They were looking to purchase new furniture to function as a more flexible, open environment while promoting collaboration as well as incorporating company branding. As a busy, growing company they needed office furniture that would …

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