Workplace Interiors

The Magic Bullet of Workplace Design?

A recent panel looked at the intersection of the office and the home, and how design can facilitate a better work-life balance.

A closer look at the intersection of the office and the home, what employees are looking for from their workspaces, and how design can facilitate a work-life balance

What Is the Role of Technology and Sensory Experiences in the Office?

As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy talked with Rapt Studio and representatives from Dropbox and GE Digital about the various ingredients that go into making a more humanistic workplace.

As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy talked with Rapt Studio and representatives from Dropbox and GE Digital about the role of technology and sensory experiences in the office.

How to "Hack" Workplace Design

Susan S. Szenasy leads a panel discussion about the influence of the tech concept in workplace design.

Susan S. Szenasy leads a panel discussion on how to “hack” workplace design and the importance of hacking in the architecture and design industry.

Q&A: Empathy’s Role in Designing Work and Campus Environments

As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy visited the Boston office of international planning and design firm Sasaki Associates to discuss the role of empathy in design.

As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy visited the Boston office of international planning and design firm Sasaki Associates to discuss the role of empathy in design.

Snøhetta Makes the Daily Lunch Break the Central Focus of Its Workplace

Fewer than 20 percent of U.S. office workers take a lunch break, partly because the average workplace lacks a lunch room. Architecture firm Snøhetta bucks that trend.

Fewer than 20 percent of American office workers take a lunch break, partly because the average workplace doesn’t have a lunch room. Architecture firm Snøhetta has designed its own offices to accommodate this important activity and make it the central focus of the workday.