With a dozen-odd start-up offices under her belt—including Venmo and SeatGeek, the designer is making waves in the world of workplaces.
The latest iteration of CES Unveiled highlighted social and logistical problems created by ubiquitous digital technology.
A new start-up believes that wastewater analysis could empower cities to proactively tackle the opioid epidemic.
Drawing on feedback from its coworking locations around the world, WeWork is constantly refining the best practices for collaborative workspaces.
Warby Parker’s office perfectly reflects the eyewear company’s ethos—sophisticated but energetic.
Digital fashion retailer Everlane pulls back the curtain, both on its business model and its new headquarters.
In targeting the needs of young city dwellers, a new generation of entrepreneurs is building digitally driven businesses that could revolutionize residential design.
Retail spaces for micro businesses encourage growth while preserving the intimacy of mom-and-pop shops.
￼New York–based start-up TheTake has a new way for us to consume films.
Many have pegged Detroit’s comeback to a rebirth of manufacturing. A collaborative working space shows the way forward by linking entrepreneurial making with urban growth.
O+A, the go-to firm for tech companies and start-ups in the Bay Area, tackles the challenge of sound in the open office.
District Hall is the first building of its kind: a civic center at the heart of an innovation hub.
The Airbnb Headquarters in San Francisco may be the ultimate reflection of both the brand, and the tech world’s new way of working.
What’s the dean of health-care design doing in Silicon Valley? Attempting to revolutionize the way hospitals are designed and built.
The San Francisco SoMa neighborhood is booming but the infrastructure still leaves a lot to be desired.