workplace design

Gen Z

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Preparing for a Gen Z workplace

Here comes Gen Z. These young adults have different expectations and aspirations that, if unmet, will result in a loss of valuable facilities personnel.

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Gen Z wellbeing suffering in Canadian offices

Canadian employers in the corporate office sector are not doing enough to support wellbeing among young people entering the workforce.
tony brenders IDC

Design Quarterly

Number TEN returns to renovated Winnipeg office

Number TEN’s Winnipeg office in the Exchange District underwent a six month renovation, blending modern workplace design with historic features.
Arney Fender Katsalidis

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Arney Fender Katsalidis opens Toronto office

Arney Fender Katsalidis, a London-based architecture and interiors firm, has officially opened the doors to its Toronto office.
vinyl flooring

Canadian Property Management

It’s Time to Rethink Vinyl Flooring

The vinyl flooring of yesteryear has been replaced with a more resilient, healthier, and visually dynamic successor.
Colliers International

Canadian Property Management

Colliers International moves into brand new HQ

Colliers International just moved more than 220 employees into its sprawling new headquarters in downtown Toronto.

Design Quarterly

The intuitive workplace

In 2016, we heard about how millennials were going to change the workplace. It’s the start of 2017 and the online posts about how Gen

REMI Network

IIDEXCanada to feature new national summits

IIDEXCanada 2015 is introducing three new national summits that will challenge significant issues impacting the future of the real estate industry.

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Study finds ideal sit-to-stand ratio for employees

A new laboratory-controlled study, funded by office furniture designer and manufacturer Teknion Corporation (Teknion), has found that employees who change positions throughout the workday are less likely to develop lower-back pain, cardiovascular disease and cancer than their co-workers. Teknion came to these conclusions based on research of sit-stand workstations and their health benefits.