Does great furniture equal more productivity?

Managing the expectations of an entire company is a challenge in itself. How do you design a space that keeps everyone engaged? Is it including certain furniture? What about bright colors? Do you have a more open floor plan or something that is a bit more private? How many collaboration areas are too many?  At the end of the day the number one question is how to increase and keep productivity? Atmosphere and furniture in a space truly play a large part in the overall productivity of those using it. Here are some great articles that discuss the correlation between workspace design and productivity: http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/7456-workspace-design-productivity.html http://www.the-global-now.com/business/office-furniture-affecting-productivity/ https://www.business.com/articles/the-office-atmosphere-impacts-productivity-behavior-appearance-and-comfortability/ http://blog.millikencarpet.com/how-your-office-chairs-impact-employee-productivity https://www.inc.com/murray-newlands/7-reasons-why-great-office-furniture-increases-productivity.html

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Another Year, Another Neocon!

Neocon, Neocon, Neocon…. How we love thee! This year’s showcase did not disappoint and we are sad to have seen it fly by so fast. As always, we had our eyes peeled for the latest trends in furniture and found three prominent commonalities throughout the show. Colors + Finishes For the past view years, we’ve been noticing that blue and pink keep popping up throughout the showrooms and from rich navy to dusty rose, this year was no exception. Cool neutrals ruled many of the showrooms, seen in the workstations at HBF (1) to seating at Andreu World (2). OFS Brands (3) and Group Lacasse (4) had some more of our favorites in this “cool trend”. It was also hard not to notice the warm wood tone finishes – found nearly everywhere from Haworth’s benching (1) to Allermuir’s new lines of credenzas (2, 3). We loved seeing how even the lightest of wood finish whether […]

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