Journeyman

Can a workplace elicit creativity? Mathew Welsh not only believes so, he depends on it to contribute to his company’s success. His firm, Journeyman, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, creates visual communications “to build prosperity and understanding through the art of storytelling,” as he describes it.

Steelcase Unveils Limited-Edition SILQ Chairs for TED

Which TED Talk helped spark the innovation that is SILQ? Plus, Steelcase unveils limited-edition TED-inspired chairs.

HR Advocates Help Create the Right Work Space

Human resources leaders gathered in Dubai to share stories about how the workplace can help improve employee engagement.

Will Creative AI Make Designers Redundant?

Steelcase Director of Design Michael Held offers his take on why AI is an opportunity for designers rather than a threat.

SILQ Q+A: Why Do You Need This Chair?

What does SILQ mean? Tell us what’s not there? How fast can we get it? James Ludwig, vice president of Global Design & Engineering for Steelcase, sits down with Interior Design’s editor-in-chief, Cindy Allen, to answer these questions and more. Find out more about SILQ.

Leadership for Innovation

Johanna Frelin talks about Leading Tengbom, the most innovative architecture firm in Scandinavia.

Global Trends Influence Seven New Colors

Culture and identity, globalization, biophilia and creativity are influencing a broader choice of accent colors available for today’s workplace.

Nature Inspires Healthcare Biophilia Collection

Air, rainwater and rock striations are among the inspirations behind a new collection of applied materials for healthcare spaces.

SILQ is a Runway Hit with Interior Design

Interior Design covered the New York debut of SILQ — calling the chair “revolutionary.” Watch their interview with James Ludwig, vice president of Global Design & Engineering for Steelcase, as he explains what makes SILQ such a breakthrough in office seating design.

The World Is a Big Prototype

Bruce Smith, Steelcase global design director, sees the world as a big prototype. At GreenBiz 2018, he shared how asking big questions, working together and pushing limits can help designers consider more sustainable solutions. (Video courtesy: GreenBiz)