Design for the Hybrid Workforce Developers are repositioning buildings to meet new needs for employees, tenants, and the community
There is a groundswell of momentum and a growing movement of solidarity against systemic and historic racism towards the Black community.
Visit our Dialogue blog for a collection of ideas, tips, thoughts, and strategies, about the role design can play in making the world a healthier place.
Now that many of us have shifted to working remote, how do we continue to create opportunities for serendipity and casual interactions that spark ideas and random discussions? Here are a few ideas.
Airports are now grappling with how to respond to coronavirus in order to save the industry and gain back passenger trust. Our Aviation practice leaders share a few solutions for how design can help the industry begin to return to a new normal.
To respond to the global need for more housing — and more affordable housing — we’re exploring ideas that include co-living spaces, senior living, and modular construction in our new #Dialogue35 magazine.
87.5% of you answered YES because you probably do not have an assigned seat at work! But in fact, it's TRUE! Our data shows 10% of the U.S. workforce no longer has an assigned seat at work, doubling from 5% in 2019.
Employees work in different ways and benefit from having options for how to approach their work throughout the day. Here are 10 ways workplace design keeps talent engaged.
An urbanizing world has put commercial real estate practices in the spotlight. Co-CEO’s, Diane Hoskins and Andy Cohen, discuss how the industry can lessen its climatic stress. Check out the full interview with www.GlobeSt.com.
You can't apply a one-size-fits-all approach to community engagement, but you can enact a few key lessons. This blog post provides best practices for designers to carry out community engagement as effectively and intelligently as possible.