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How to Design an Office to Fit Your Client’s Work Culture

Office design is all about creating spaces with atmospheres that stimulate productivity and creativity. In the current era, companies need to communicate their culture and brand in everything they do, and architects and designers can help ensure their office designs evoke that messaging.

Office Architecture: How Workplace Design Affects Employee Behaviour

People spending 40+ hours per week working at home in place of the office over the past year has...

5 Things to Keep in Mind When Designing a New Office

Embarking on a new office design is exciting (and potentially a little daunting) for any client,...

Biophilic Design: How to Incorporate Natural Elements in Modern Offices

An emphasis on well-being has become a significant focus for companies worldwide, especially as...

See No Distractions, Hear No Distractions: What disrupts employees the most at work?

There are many possible distractions in the workplace—from loud co-workers, impromptu meetings,...

How a Lack of Privacy Tanks Employee Productivity

Think of the last time you were on a roll at work. What knocked you out of your groove? Whether...

7 Tips to Help Employees Stay Productive When Transitioning from Telework to the Office

Many employers have instituted flexible working arrangements to accommodate the ever-changing...

Where to Find the Best Movable Office Walls in Canada

When a client hires you to design a modern workspace, you need wall solutions that are both...

4 Strategies to Mitigate COVID-19 Risks in the Workplace

With the announcement of viable COVID-19 vaccines, many businesses are gearing up for their...

Make Your Small Office Space Feel Huge with This Design Hack

In many cases with office design, size matters. If you have an office space with many employees...

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