News and Articles About Office Furniture
This simple office arrangement can foster both collaboration and privacy.
Forget leaning in. It's time to lean back. With this recliner behind you, you can slouch on the job like you mean it.
Even with a startup budget, you can make changes that will make employees happy.
Being at work shouldn't be an ordeal.
Spice up your workplace by creating a modern space that encourages collaboration and comfort.
Beyond coffee, tea and candy. How to make a sweet first impression on potential clients, right when they set foot in your office.
Consider investing in employees' well-being in the office and find fun ways to keep your team in shape.
Some insight about why certain offices are more or less satisfying to work in.
If approved, the deal would combine the No. 1 U.S. office supplier with its closest rival, creating a new company with expected annual revenue of $39 billion.
Working in a box does much more than drive you up a wall -- even the man who designed the cubicle knew that.
Dutch visual artist Barbara Visser is taking an edgy stand against the dangers of sitting at work all day.
'It's actually lower cost than if we had done standard cubicles and desks,' says Benjamin Palmer, chairman of the Barbarian Group, a New York-based creative agency.
Cubicle design was intended to give workers more freedom. Instead, it is seen as a symbol of the drudgery of office work and the control companies have over their employees.
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