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Employee Well-Being Becoming a Vital Component of Office Design

As today’s society shifts towards healthier living, office design is aiming to keep pace. As more businesses create a workspace that encourages health and well-being, employee happiness and productivity are on the rise. Simple additions like sit-stand desks or collaborative work areas give employers flexible options to increase collaboration and…

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Spaces, Inc. Reviews Office Space Planning & Design Trends of 2016 and What’s Ahead for 2017

The interior design trends that we witnessed in 2016 included a move from traditional workspaces to more collaborative and open spaces. Steve Delfino, vice president of corporate marketing and product management at Teknion, believes that people are looking for more person-to-person interaction at work and in other public settings. Delfino…

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Project Profile – Ponzu Sushi

Spaces completed furniture design for Ponzu Sushi, a dining establishment with an eat-in bar, in December of 2011. The space for Ponzu Sushi’s design was 5,000 square feet and cost $28,000 to complete.   Spaces worked with the owner to select furniture pieces that reflected the style of the restaurant.…

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Spaces Project Profile – Douglas Omaha Technology Commission (dot.comm)

  The Douglas Omaha Technology Commission, also known as dot.comm, renovated their 31,000 square foot offices and hired Spaces, Inc to complete the design and installation for the private offices, training room, executive conference room, break room and work stations. The entire project cost $120,000. [wc_row][wc_column size="one-half" position="first"] [/wc_column][wc_column size="one-half"…

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