Designing Safe & Welcoming Behavioral Health Spaces

Designing Safe & Welcoming Behavioral Health Spaces

To help organizations and designers create safe and welcoming behavioral health spaces, Steelcase Health synthesized their research into seven design principles that together form a multilayered strategy.

New Work Needs New Walls

New Work Needs New Walls

Insights from Steelcase research led to the development of Everwall — a new architectural wall system designed to quickly and easily transform interior spaces.

The New Hybrid Neighborhood

The New Hybrid Neighborhood

Rather than basing office design on the need to fit more people into less space, the workplace should draw inspiration from a new source — the vibrant communities in which we live.

Making Hybrid Work Better

Making Hybrid Work Better

Steelcase is working alongside tech leaders Microsoft, Zoom, Logitech and Crestron to provide hybrid collaboration solutions today and to prototype, iterate and evolve for tomorrow.

Earning the Commute in New York City

Earning the Commute in New York City

The reinvention of the Steelcase WorkLife New York brings vibrant city life — and Central Park — into view to create a destination within a destination and support the philosophy of hybrid work.

A New Hybrid Home in Paris

A New Hybrid Home in Paris

In the heart of a picturesque pedestrian Paris neighborhood, the new Steelcase WorkLife Center is full of creative energy as people engage with their leaders and teammates.

The Future Is Flexible

The Future Is Flexible

As people return to offices it’s clear they will expect the same flexibility and autonomy they enjoyed while working from home.

Engaging All Students

Engaging All Students

After a long history of prioritizing content over learners, the benefits of making education more human-centered and focused on wellbeing are clear.

Webinar: Exclusive First Look

Webinar: Exclusive First Look

Employees today are rejecting many of the places and ways work happened before the pandemic and organizations are scrambling to change their spaces, policies, and cultures.