Hospitality in the Workplace | Creating Your Third Space

Image Source: Office Snapshots, Northland Controls Offices – Milpitas Corporate design has undergone a remarkable transformation in the past decade. As workplace demographics and technology have continued to evolve, so, too, has the traditional approach to real estate management. Flexibility has become a key component in attracting and retaining workers and overall employee productivity. Beyond…

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Kimball Theo | One Chair, A Thousand Settings

One of the multiple product introductions made by Kimball in 2017, the Theo™ seating line has already made an impact on the furniture industry. This handsome lounge chair was inspired by iconic, mid-century designs, and offers rich veneers, highly polished aluminum and clean lines. A product that is equally at home in lounge settings as it…

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Natural Light | Bringing Your Office to Life

No other medium has as big of an influence on our bodies and minds as light. A flurry of studies in the past decade have proven that sunlight and other natural elements boost the physical and mental health of the human body. However, as individuals spend more and more time in workspaces with little to…

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Kimball Office Pairings | Paired to Perfection

Comfort and style. Flexibility and convenience. Choice and harmony. Some things are simply better together. This mentality is what prompted the creation of Pairings®, a diverse lounge-based system by Kimball Office designed to work alone or as components. Boasting power access, acoustical separation and functionality for open or enclosed spaces, Pairings provides an escape from…

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A Shift to Resimercial | Bringing Comfort to the Office

While the term “resimercial” may not be new to our ears, this year’s NeoCon show in Chicago certainly solidified its continued presence throughout the industry. Resimercial designs were seen around every corner, incorporating homelike influences into commercial spaces and furnishings. With this trend only growing in popularity, we’re discussing how it came to fruition and…

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Kimball Office KORE | Simple in Form, Substantial in Function

Designed by Swiss architect Daniel Korb, KORE was initially envisioned as a table for both working and living. While the concept of KORE was born with simplicity and flexibility in mind, it quickly evolved into an expansive and multi-functional product offering. Elements for privacy, media integration, and solutions for sharing and learning were incorporated into…

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Giving Employees Healthier Options with Xsede Height Adjust

Kimball Office | Xsede Height Adjust. Giving employees a healthier option for their workspace. Today’s employers are doing more to support employee wellbeing.  Architects and designers are designing for workplace wellbeing. And now with Kimball Office’s new Xsede height adjust desks; an employee’s work surface can support it as well. With the touch of a button, Xsede…

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Top 3 Benefits of Employee-Centric Workplace Design

It’s no surprise that when a person feels genuinely cared for, they also feel inclined to reciprocate the same gesture. It’s no different in a professional workplace setting. Employees that feel valued by their respective company are more engaged, strive to exceed goals and contribute their best to the company’s overall success. Traditionally, employee-centric companies…

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Downsizing the Cubicle

The open office has been around since the early part of the 20th century with desks being arranged in rows,  after the introduction of the original panel system in the 1960’s, the modern day cubicle has defined today’s office. It’s been the subject of many studies and punch lines. Now in the 21st century, we’re in…

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