Workplace Design Matters | An Investment in Design is an Investment in Your People

Workplace design matters. While most, if not all, of us can agree with that statement, we don’t often stop to ask ourselves why. Why does workplace design matter? Over the course of a lifetime, we will spend an average of 110,000 hours at work. Whether on the daily grind or pursuing our dream career, work…

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Integrated Technology | Power Solutions for the Modern Workspace

Corporate spaces have become increasingly flexible in recent years as employees demand adaptability and autonomy throughout their workspace. This move towards flexible working has ensured that a wide variety of tools and technologies continue to be incorporated within the office to allow for both mobility and connection. However, in an age when organizations may struggle…

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Kimball DESIGN HACK

As the Internet of Things (IoT) and the digital transformation continues to influence both the home and the workplace, interior designers face challenges of furniture integrating these new “smart” technologies to support this transformation. To meet these challenges, Kimball is inviting you to enter our Smart Furniture DESIGN HACK. The Kimball Design Hack is an…

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Kwalu | Furniture Purposefully Created for Healthcare Spaces

Designed specifically for the healthcare arena, Kwalu has a robust offering of functional patient room furniture and waiting area solutions; including casegoods, recliners, sleeper sofas and stylish guest chairs.Kwalu’s furniture frames are neither wood nor metal.  They are composed of a high-impact-resilient polymer with patented steel-joint construction, blending the strength of metal with the warmth…

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NeoCon 2017 | The Future of Healthcare & Industry Trends

NeoCon 2017 Recap The largest office furniture trade show in North America is a global platform for commercial interiors. Located at the Mart in Chicago, this year’s 49th annual event was held from June 12-14 and hosted 50,000 design professionals from around the world.  The event, known for its display of innovation, caters to vertical…

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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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