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Architecture & Space Division | Reviews

By: Brett Baltz
November 19th, 2020

In order to be highly engaged and satisfied at work, people need access to enclosed spaces where they can collaborate, find privacy, focus and rejuvenate. To accommodate these needs, organizations need architectural solutions that make it easy to build new spaces.  

Business Interiors | Architecture & Space Division | Reviews

By: Brett Baltz
November 13th, 2020

Business is changing in the post COVID world. As your business needs shift, you need solutions that not only grow with you, but also promote privacy and collaboration without compromising the wellbeing of your employees.

Architecture & Space Division | Reviews

By: Brett Baltz
November 5th, 2020

In an open office layout, people need spaces to concentrate and collaborate without compromising their safety, especially in a post-COVID world. Fortunately, modular walls provide workers with the open and enclosed spaces they need to get their work done.   

Architecture & Space Division | Reviews

By: Brett Baltz
November 3rd, 2020

Are your employees ready to return to work in a post-COVID world? As you plan for their return, you need to keep in mind that they need workspaces that support new ways of working, as well as their health and wellbeing. 

Architecture & Space Division | Reviews

By: Brett Baltz
October 23rd, 2020

Today’s workplace is constantly evolving to suit the needs of its people. Whether you’re dealing with rising real estate costs or regulations in the post-COVID workplace, you need a space that flexes and adapts to how and where your employees want to work.  

Business Interiors | Architecture & Space Division | Reviews

By: Brett Baltz
October 16th, 2020

In the post-COVID world, space matters more than ever before. Now, the workplace is being asked to support new technologies and new ways of working without compromising real estate – which is easier said than done.