The Best Colors for Your Office.

The Best Colors for Your Office. After decades of research, we know that office color psychology not only affects the way your staff work and how productive they can be, but it also affects how visitors perceive and evaluate your business, so it is essential to choose...

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Make Your Workplace Disability-Friendly

Make Your Workplace Disability-Friendly Audit Your building Get an accessibility expert to audit your building’s accessibility every 3 years, or more regularly if necessary. That will give you prioritized advice about accessibility problems in your building and...

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Best Lighting for Your Office

Best Lighting for Your Office People receive about 85 percent of their information through their sense of sight so it’s important for them to have enough light to do their jobs effectively.  The appropriate use of daylight and artificial light can have a strong impact...

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Design Your Office From Scratch

Where to Start When Redesigning Your Workspace Carson Tate of Fast Company writes, “Steve Jobs designed the Pixar building with the bathrooms in the center. Fisher-Price has a dedicated space, the Cave, where designers, engineers, and marketers meet to build...

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How Your Workspace Affects Your Mental Health

  How Your Workspace Affects Your Mental Health People spend much of their waking time in their workplaces (approximately 33% on a weekly basis), which raises the possibility that the conditions they experience at work influence their health and well-being. “If one's...

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Design-Build Your Office Space to Save Money

Why You Should Use One Firm to Design, Build, and Furnish Your Workspace. The “One firm to rule them all” plan. We’re often asked about the advantages of design-build over the conventional system of architect, designer, general contractor and furniture supplier. It’s...

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Efficient Workspace For Your Office

Choose the right design for your workspace. A suitable workspace is more important than ever considering the intense competition for talent across many industries. Many employees are choosing where to work based in part on the office environment, says Tara...

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Who to Include in Your Office Redesign Process.

Extroverts and Introverts. Recognize that although the work day may comprise many different types of tasks performed by many different generations working together, you’re really only dealing with two main personality types: Extroverts and introverts. Extroverts get their energy from being around a multitude of people, while introverts charge their batteries with quiet time and reducing external stimuli.

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How to Estimate The Office Space You Need

In the initial planning process, you can estimate you will need approximately 250 square feet per person and it will provide a rough estimate of your office space needs to begin shopping for space. 

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Is Your Workplace Talent-Friendly?

By 2025, millennials will comprise 75% of the workforce, so, it makes sense to create an office space as a tool for attracting and retaining millennials, who prefer open spaces, natural light, and amenities (2). A company’s office is seen as a reflection of corporate culture, influencing candidates’ impressions of how talent-friendly, progressive, and smart a company is.

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Properly Utilizing Space Helps to Reduce RE Costs

Well-designed office layouts foster collaboration and productivity between staff. Poor space management can have the opposite effect, making workers less efficient and less effective, or unhappy with their careers. Optimal space planning affects a company’s bottom...

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Creating A Productive Space

We all know that an organized space can result in a productive one.  When that concept is scaled to a large office or business model the complexities may increase but the outcome will always remain constant.  These 9 factors will aid in the development of a well...

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Different Design Processes

Let’s face it, in this world, we are all individuals. We have come from different cultures and backgrounds, our education and upbringing have varied considerably. Children growing up next door to each other will have different family influences and cultural influences...

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What A Branded Office Looks Like

Let’s start off this topic with an important question, “What is a brand?” The word “brand” gets thrown around frequently but many who use it know not the full meaning or scope of what that entails for a business. Is it a logo? Is it a color scheme? Is it a carefully...

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