The demand for casual, shared environments at work is at an all-time high. At the same time, organizations are more challenged than ever to use every bit of their real estate in meaningful ways. It’s often hard to know for sure what employees really need or want, and so often spaces are sitting empty. New research from Steelcase points the way with guidelines for creating casual work settings that are purposeful, productive and appealing— sure-to-be-used places for getting real work done.
A new relationship with British design brand Established & Sons provides organizations with innovative contemporary designs for high energy collaboration and social spaces.
We sit down with Michael Held, VP of Global Design at Steelcase to discuss design challenges, implementing sustainability into design and more.
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.
Perkins&Will’s head of global diversity shares the importance of diversity in design and how to help people feel more included through design.
A Chicago commercial and residential real estate services firm, The John Buck Company, managed to stay flexible while retaining the vibe they love in their new space.
The pandemic has permanently reshaped the way we live, work and learn — and it will lead to a better work experience. Learn more about new design principles enabling organizations to create a better work experience.
Designing workplaces for “the average person” used to be philosophy aimed at satisfying most of the people, most of the time. But that also excluded a lot of people who didn’t fit the average.