As a global direct selling company that primarily provides people with health products based on traditional Chinese herbal health culture, Infinitus embraces “Si Li Ji Ren” as a vital enterprise culture since its establishment and fulfilled into brand building and development for years.
As part of its enduring purpose to be a force of positive change and unlock human promise, Steelcase Australia is proud to introduce its inaugural “Reflect” Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Steelcase and its community of brands invited workplace leaders and designers into its refreshed Chicago spaces during NeoCon 2022 to experience new settings, solutions and partnerships created to support the needs of hybrid workers and learners today.
For a company that designs spaces to help people work, learn and care for themselves, introducing a hybrid showcase to support our collective move towards hybrid working was a natural ‘next step’ for Steelcase.
Steelcase is giving new life to electronics waste byproducts in the form of a versatile hybrid work stool thanks to new recycling technology from partner BASF.
We caught up with Carol Wong, APAC Lead of Total Workplace at Cushman & Wakefield, to learn how the company adjusted its floorplans, safety protocol and work style to meet the needs of staff during and after the pandemic.
It takes more than salary and remote work to keep people happy. Read what people really want in a new era of hybrid work.
Tokyo-based architect Takaharu Tezuka and his wife Yui, also an architect and the co-founder of their eponymous studio, is an award-winning architect whose work includes the Fuji Kindergarten, named the best school in the world by OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and UNESCO.
Large, floor to ceiling windows bring light and scenes of the lush and colourful streets of the Indiranagar neighborhood into the WorkLife.
Leaders are irreplaceably important for making change happen and growing active learning within your institution.
The use of prototypes and pilots can show the way forward. They are small, experimental work settings in which to test new ideas — in space design, furniture, technology, new ways of working and new behaviors.