Office design: what is the value of art in the workplace? As the workplace continues its metamorphosis from cubicle farm to open office, forward thinking companies are constantly looking for ways to revamp and invigorate the culture in their new wide open spaces. From hammocks and green walls in the new Eventbrite offices to an urban farm in…
Consider using desk lamps in your next office design. They are fun, flexible and energy efficient.
Office design: Good acoustic design reduces unwanted sound Noise can be defined as any sound you don’t want to hear. Within the office environment the noise generators are people and equipment. Its effect on office workers can be significant with increased levels of stress, lower productivity, fatigue and lower staff morale. More specifically, tasks requiring…
Artist Stormie Mills doesn’t work in an office. What does his typical day look like?
Featured on our design blog, Sophie Smith, Olympic water polo player, doesn’t work in an office. What does her typical day look like?
By Mike Dooner, Software Product Manager, Konica Minolta, Australia
Open-plan workplaces are no longer the way of the future, they are the here and now. But as these employees discuss, breaking down the walls comes at a cost.
Some thoughts and insights on design from Helen Bartlett of Paramount Interiors.
A typical day at the ‘office’ for Paul Harvey, Marketing Manager at Angove McLaren Vale Vineyards.
By Shane Bradbery, Charter Build Manager of Building and Technology