Products & Trends
Last year, the commercial real estate industry faced a number of diverse challenges and successes that are expected to develop throughout 2017. Here, REMI’s award-winning
the building community is becoming more aware of the importance of acoustics at the same time that the industry is giving designers more options.
The presentation brought together findings from Gensler’s 2016 Workplace Survey and Design Forecast 2016, which looks ahead 10 years.
As walls have come down in offices to create open-concept spaces, the trend has brought welcome change, such as encouraging collaboration, but it also means that the old ways of managing noise no longer work.
Growth is a common reason for companies to relocate. Indeed, it was one of two key drivers behind CIBC Mellon’s recent move into a Mississauga outpost.
Just as the height-adjustable desk rose to the challenge of fighting sitting as the new smoking, due to the negative health effects of sedentary work, the treadmill desk is adding movement to the mix.
In the knowledge economy, where communication technology allows the workforce to be completely mobile, are corporate offices going extinct?
Ryerson University's new Student ServiceHub has just earned an Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario (ARIDO) award of excellence.
CBRE's Toronto West team was the first of three GTA offices to move into new digs as the firm completes a cross-country workplace transformation program.
A recent AgilQuest webinar profiling exemplary projects showcased workplace design features inspired by Hollywood, millennials and technology.
The transition from closed offices to open concepts may solve the problem of paper clutter, but has the problem merely been converted to digital form?
Employers appear to be scaling back wellness programs at a time when employees are facing rising job demands, according to the Workplace Index.
A landmark study found that standing desks raised student participation in elementary schools, as classrooms apply lessons from office environments.
If organizations want to be ready when Gen Z enters the workforce five years from now, it’s time to start designing with this demographic cohort in mind, says Kay Sargent.
Rarely do non-profit organizations look upon their premises as a vehicle to promote their identity, culture and purpose, but they should.
The rise of the disruptive upstart has ushered in a second wave dotcom era, and it has implications for workplace design trends beyond the tech sector.
HOK Toronto recently earned an ARIDO award of merit for the design of its Pinterest-inspired new offices.