Installed in November 2017, DePaul (a progressive, private not-for-profit organization) had very outdated workstations for many years. After building numerous assisted living and mental health facilities across New York, the time came to bring their own space up to date.
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A company in King of Prussia, PA was relocating to a new office and hoped to revamp their interior space to reflect their company culture, along with conveying a contemporary and minimalistic aesthetic within their environment.
Created with modesty and privacy in mind, the Universal Height-Adjustable Screen by KI is easily affixed to a worksurface or table, allowing employees to work the way they want, when they want, with the freedom to move the screen to the desired position.
As noon approaches, many of us begin to organize the rest of our afternoon and plan to grab a bite to eat. But what we are beginning to realize is how important this midday break can be for an organization’s success.
argetX, an industry leading CRM provider for colleges and universities, recently teamed up with KI Furniture and Corbett Inc. to create flexible, collaborative work environments that reflected their innovative company culture at its Philadelphia headquarters.
In a world where securing top talent is a competitive business advantage, employers spend many waking hours devising ways to attract and retain an exceptional workforce. But once those seats and desks are full of fresh faces, how can you be sure to keep their valuable contribution existing for a satisfying long term career?
As co-working spaces, office hoteling, and a surge in start-ups flood the new office environment, creating collaborative spaces that surround a cafe or coffee shop design are becoming more and more popular.
When considering the design of a space, physical factors such as color, existing architecture, light, branding, and other common elements of design immediately come to mind. But what about invisible factors, such as sound?