The Rise of Resimerical Design

The Rise of Resimerical Design

Love it or hate it, resimercial design is here in a big way. A lot of our clients are embracing this aesthetic by creating an entire office suite of workstations that reflect a more “residential” feel, or by simply incorporating areas that have that...
Ethonomics: Collaboration

Ethonomics: Collaboration

Active design, human-centered and biophilic design as well as accommodating the need for balance and choice in the work environment have been highlighted as the key principles for designing the modern workplace. Last, but certainly not least is the principle of...
Ethonomics: Balance & Choice

Ethonomics: Balance & Choice

Ethonomics: Balance & Choice As part of that Ethonomics formula, we have looked at the importance of active design which focuses on promoting individual movement in the office environment. We also explored the significance of human-centered and biophilic...
Ethonomics: Human-centered & Biophillic Design

Ethonomics: Human-centered & Biophillic Design

Ethonomics: Human-centered & Biophillic Design As mentioned in the January article, our partner Teknion released a paper called Ethonomics: Designing for the Principles of the Modern Workplace in 2015. As a leading international designer, manufacturer and marketer...
Design Trend: Mid-century Modern

Design Trend: Mid-century Modern

Design Trend: Mid-century Modern Mid-century Modern design best describes architecture, furniture and graphic design from the middle of the twentieth century (1933-1965). It has been described by HGTV experts as the “largest modernist movement since the Industrial...
Ethonomics: Active Design

Ethonomics: Active Design

Ethonomics: Active Design In 2015, Teknion released a paper called Ethonomics: Designing for the Principles of the Modern Workplace. As a leading international designer, manufacturer and marketer of innovative workplace interiors, the company explored how design can...