Workplace Architecture

A Healthy Return: The Business Case for Wellbeing in the Workplace – Part 2

In a second installment of a 4-part series, Haworth hosts a Q&A with an expert panel on designing offices that support today’s workers.

Wellness Room, NRDC Offices Photo by Jasper Sanidad Workplaces are beginning to understand that in order to retain top performers, they will need to do more than put a foosball table in the lobby. Today’s most progressive organizations are attracting talent by creating workplaces that build a culture of emotional well-being in addition to supporting productivity. By supporting workers holistically,…

The Spanish Architects Mastering the Art of the Coworking Space

By collaborating with the start-up incubator Second Home, Spanish architecture firm Selgascano has perfected its workplace designs, in which the organic and the artificial happily coexist.

By collaborating with the start-up incubator Second Home, Spanish architecture firm Selgascano has perfected its workplace designs, in which the organic and the artificial happily coexist.

Where’s the Water Cooler—Is the Virtual Workplace Killing Office Culture?

Our publisher and editor in chief leads a panel about the changes happening in the workplace of the federal government.

US Consulate Surabaya, Indonesia. The influence of Indonesian culture is evident in the materials selected for the interiors.All photos courtesy DLR Group|Sorg|Westlake Reed Leskosky.For the past three years, Susan S. Szenasy, Metropolis’s publisher and editor in chief, has been leading a series of discussions on key issues around human-centered design. On June 1, 2016 she talked with a panel of…