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Progressive Workplace Designs For Future Offices

With the workforce structure changing rapidly, office design also transformed as per the requirements of the employees.

Himanee Mrug

Make This Awesome Office Space an Inspiration for Your Company

This 20,000-square-foot office features whiteboards for walls, meeting spaces and giant tennis racquets.

Venturer

Tips To Create Effective & Elegant Office Spaces

Do away with the normal cubicle structure, you can rather have different designs incorporated in the form of a bean bag corner, where you could provide bean bags for your team to relax and work, have a fun corner where they could sip a coffee and work or indulge in a game of chess to provide them intellectual stimulation.

Monica Chadha

15 Modern Office Furniture and Layout Trends (Infographic)

A conscious effort to make an office conducive to comfort and collaboration is a very good investment.

Jonathan Long

You Can Embrace Green Building Without Breaking the Bank

Tenants can affect real change by making the most of existing spaces. Smart retrofits could be as simple as installing energy-efficient lighting and upgrading to functional furniture solutions.

Justin Lee

Moving up the Ladder

Entrepreneur caught up with Rajiv Srivatsa, to know more on making furniture-shopping easier, while not compromising on great designs and after-sales experience

Things to consider when looking for an office space

Not just the size of your office, but several of these important factors determine productivity

Tripti Rai

Nissan's Goofy Self-Parking Office Chairs Could Save Our Lazy Butts

Clap once to put them in their place and feel the corporate power.

Dingy Basements and Cluttered Garages. How Startup Spaces Inspire Office Design.

The 'unintentional design' of today's makeshift startup spaces might inspire innovation at your organization, too.

Meg Osman

U.S. Air Force Veteran Makes Old Spaces Feel New Again at Kitchen Tune-Up

For 22 years, Stu Reid has remodeled everything from kitchens and bathrooms to the interior of a private jet.

Erin Schultz