Microsoft’s New Hub for a Redefined Business Model

Microsoft’s New Hub for a Redefined Business Model

A lot has changed since Microsoft embraced its “New Ways of Working’ model more than a decade ago. Collaboration has become even more crucial, and designing a physical workplace to support evolving new work styles is essential.

New spaces of the Alfonso X el Sabio University

New spaces of the Alfonso X el Sabio University

The Alfonso X el Sabio University has transformed its educational spaces to adapt them to current and future teaching needs, going for areas that are modern, flexible and innovative, and that above all offer students a quality education.

Adecco – a new space to collaborate

Adecco – a new space to collaborate

This video is showing how Adecco’s new workspace has supported their teams to collaborate more efficiently. The challenge of this project was to change simultaneously the space, the processes, the tools and the culture of the entire organization in a very short time and during a complicated period due to the coronavirus.

Little Diversified Architecture

Little Diversified Architecture

When the Washington, D.C., office of Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, a leading international architecture and design firm, had the chance to expand into an 1,100-square-foot space being vacated next door, leaders realized this was more than just an opportunity to become bigger.

Tech Talent Beacon

Tech Talent Beacon

For high-tech software company PTC in Boston, integrating Steelcase’s Smart + Connected tools in their new headquarters has made it possible to leverage data and technology to support space management, wayfinding and collaboration and put their culture change in hyperdrive.

One Company with One Way of Working

One Company with One Way of Working

When global telecommunications company Vodafone merged its Dutch business with Ziggo, the country’s largest cable provider, one of the biggest challenges company leaders faced was internal: joining two very different workplace cultures. While all Vodafone employees, including its leaders, had become highly mobile with all-unassigned workspaces and the ability to work wherever they wanted, Ziggo relied on assigned workstations in the open plan and private offices for its executives.