In the late 1940s, a high school shop teacher borrowed $10,000 from his parents after being denied a loan. He had started building furniture in his garage as a side hobby to hopefully help finance the education of his children.
Category: Office Furniture
There is plenty of evidence to show that a more inviting workspace can lead to better employee wellness and productivity, and there’s no reason that design goals should stop short before the office cafe.
If you gave a group of children some crayons and a piece of paper and asked them to draw a table, you’d probably get some predictable results.
Perhaps one of the most important types of office furniture in your building, your reception area sets the tone for every interaction a customer has with your company.
Benching allows for nearly endless variation and combinations to create unique workstations, and fit in any space. Wondering what benching is? Let us explain.
There are very few types of office furniture that offer us more support than our office chairs.
A big emerging trend in office design is the idea of the collaborative workspace.
The goal of a circular economy is to eliminate waste and continually reuse the resources that an item is crafted from, creating a closed loop system.
You’re looking for a way to reach your environmental goals, but under our current economic model, doing so can be difficult.
Whether we’re consciously aware of it or not, office design plays a vitally important role in expressing visual and tactile messages about us and the business we’re a part of.
It’s the eternal project management struggle.
Climate change and environmental sustainability are not new concepts.