Bringing Nature into the Workplace
The proof is in: biophilic design makes offices healthy and productive places to work
Oakland's Blue Bottle Cafe Blurs Work and Leisure
The specialty coffee group's new cafe is a great place to work—for both customers and employees.
8 Artists Envision Their Ideal Workspaces
Herman Miller asked eight artists to reflect on their ideal place to work. They responded not only with words, but with fantastic, whimsical images.
Home/Life gives homeless kids a camera—and a fitting place to show the work that results.
A Display of Talent
Public Architecture designs a place where day laborers can convene to find work and take classes.
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Q&A: A.J. Paron-Wildes on "Design Empathy" and the Workplace
The Allsteel designer talks about workplace design and interaction, her work on autism, and office trends.
Working Well, Being Well
work place today. We hope you will join us for this thought provoking and educational
Exhibition: Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography
Places, Imagined Spaces" manipulates photographs of rural and urban landscapes to reimagine these often overlooked spaces; "Appropriation and Pastiche" presents works
designLAB rennovated a Paul Rudolph building at UMass Dartmouth, and we interviewed them about how they dealt with making changes to a historic structure.
Mid-Century Marvelous: An Evening at the Brody House
benefit the nonprofit L.A. Conservancy's work to preserve the unique historic places of Los Angeles.
No longer a dot-com pipedream, the “virtual office” finally works—and on a grand scale—at the new home of Norway’s telecom giant.
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Charles Waldheim: Landscape Urbanism All Grown Up
The urban theorist argues that landscape, more than buildings, has fundamentally changed the way cities urbanize in the 21st century.
No Such Thing as Bad Publicity? Why Clickbait's Bad for Affordable Housing
The headlines covering Rural Studio’s 20K Project suggest the project is revolutionizing affordable housing for the masses, but ignore the vital differences between student work and building in the real world.
Everything about the Way We Work is Changing. Here's How.
A to Z: Your guide to the new, diverse workplace.
The Copyright Law That Should Have Architects Up in Arms
Sweden's Supreme Court has ruled against Wikimedia in a landmark case over “Freedom of Panorama." Here's why we all should be concerned.
Where Do We Go From Here?
The design directors of five leading contract-furniture companies stare into a crystal ball made hazy by a deep recession and fundamental shifts in the way we work.
Eykyn Maclean: Van Gogh in Paris
work at its most pivotal moment. We wanted to place the evolution of his artistic
Greening the Edges
Fritz Haeg’s joyful assault on the front lawn aims to put nature back into our denuded landscapes.