It takes more than salary and remote work to keep people happy. Read what people really want in a new era of hybrid work.
As people return to the office, they expect a welcoming, comfortable environment. Soft surfaces commonly seen in offices, such as
A new Steelcase Health study uncovers six design principles to improve the healthcare experience for children and their families.
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.
The office has to change in order for people to feel comfortable and in control of their environment. AECOM Senior Associate Design Director Matt Rebbe talks about how he designs the office to be amenity.
Even before the pandemic, some organizations began experimenting with mobile work — for example, shifting the ownership for spaces and
Steelcase researchers collected data from high-performance hybrid collaboration spaces in its Grand Rapids campus to find better ways to work in a new era.
Research reveals what people who are returning to the office need and expect: more collaboration spaces for in-person and remote work, and a lot more access to private spaces.
First West Credit Union made the move to a new, more agile space just as the pandemic hit. Now those changes are positioning them to meet the unique challenges of today’s hybrid work.
Steelcase research shows younger workers want to be in the office more, but they need more out of the office.
Top young designers show off their visions for the future of work in 9th annual Steelcase NEXT Student Design Competition, impressing veteran judges.