Wednesday, August 30, 2017
A place of work is more than a property. It is a living environment that helps individuals and businesses craft and experience a rewarding fusion of life and work.
JLL’s 2017 Global Research project reveals experience is a primary differentiator whenever individuals engage with an organization, and should play a core role in every company – both strategically and operationally.
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Tuesday, August 29, 2017
When it comes to workspace style, there seem to be two types of people: those who prefer a neat and orderly desktop, and those who love working among the chaos. Chances are you fall somewhere on the spectrum while perhaps intending to be tidy but running out of time, space, and energy to follow through. Whether you’re a freelancer with a home setup or plugging away in an open office, you likely spend the majority of your waking hours at your workspace.
Your workspace (and even your digital workspace) can affect your mindset, which has the unique ability to make or break how happy you are at work. Of course, there will always be something we can’t control, but most professionals have some influence over their workspaces. Here’s a minimalist guide to designing your workspace to help increase happiness and productivity.
Monday, August 28, 2017
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Shaking up learning spaces!It's not so much an evolution as a revolution. It looks like nothing else. It can be used like nothing else. It's Ruckus...a simple, inspiring, and astonishingly innovative collection that supports today's learning space transformations like nothing else.
Ruckus innovative seating promotes student movement and lets users choose how they relate to their learning spaces.
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The Ruckus collection fosters student engagement, enables a wide range of teaching styles and adapts to a variety of users and uses.
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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
On their 75th wedding anniversary, we reflect on five things about Charles and Ray Eames that continue to inspire us today.
Source: Eames Official Site
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
A look at how Herman Miller, the iconic 100-year-old office furniture manufacturer, creates stories about the future to inform its product design.
The nature of work has been changing at an incredible rate. Work has become inherently global and seamlessly digital. The traditional roles of organizations and individuals have blurred as the means of production and creation have become democratized. The lifecycle of ideas, products, and businesses has accelerated from decades to years to minutes.
Every five years or so, Herman Miller spends a fair amount of time picking a year in the near future and exploring the question “How will the world of work be different?” We call this effort scenario planning.
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