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How building design is better adapting to local climes
The need for jackets and shawls in the office is an all-too-common complaint for employees living in sunny sub-tropical climates.
Why standalone stadiums are a thing of the past
Bars, eateries, shops, a concert venue, luxury hotels, condos and offices keep the action hot on and off the baseball field.
What's the blueprint for a 21st-century college campus?
With enrollments declining and technology advancing, colleges are breaking ground on spaces that give students and faculty new ways to engage.
Mega-tainment malls: Can acrobats and indoor skiing boost shopping centers?
As American retailers seek to stay relevant in the age of ecommerce, the trip to the mall is being redefined.
The #1 Office Perk? Natural Light
Forget treadmill desks and free food. Employees want to see the sun.
Why green workplace design creates a feel-good factor
For environmentally minded companies, good interior design is an intrinsic part of a greener office.
Can the modern office work for both introverts and extroverts?
In today’s office, desk dividers have come down. Bosses sit among their employees. Meeting rooms have glass walls.
Why apartment blocks are adding coffee bars to the mix
People living in residential developments are placing more emphasis on amenities and community than ever before.
The open plan office sucks–it’s also good for you
Here’s the indirect way your open plan office may be making you healthier.
3D printed buildings push construction boundaries
3D printing may still be in its early stages in real estate but as projects get more ambitious, it’s set to have a huge impact on the way we build homes and maybe even skyscrapers.
How design thinking can get more from urban space
From building community centers to office spaces, governments and companies have been turning to so-called design thinking to shape experiences for the better.
Where style meets function: Modern office furniture
With today’s office furniture ranging from the gimmicky to the purely functional, the style that companies opt for sends visual cues about their brand, not to mention impacting employee productivity.
How Do We Design Workplaces For Inclusivity And Diversity
Forbes explores why inclusive design is important and how it can be applied.
How the Principality Stadium puts Cardiff on the world stage
From rugby to monster trucks, here’s what makes Cardiff’s Principality stadium such a versatile modern venue.
Why American banks need adaptable office space
Banks have been scurrying to get with the digital age – creating apps that allow friends and family to send each other money in milliseconds and deposit checks remotely.
OK, Computer: Why hotels are employing digital concierges
“Alexa, where can I get good sushi around here?” Digital concierges have arrived, bringing hotel guests unprecedented levels of personalization and control.
Chasing productivity and innovation: can the workplace get us there?
A highly engaged employee equals a highly productive employee.
Why men still want to shop in-store
The stereotype that women like to shop more than men is coming apart at the seams—at least in bricks-and-mortar stores.
How do we design workplaces that support mental health
There is an increasing awareness of the importance of mental health and supporting well-being of employees in the workplace.
Turning to tech to boost employee wellbeing