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Strategic Use of Color and Lighting Influences Children’s Ability to Learn

By Laura Bradbury & Kari Uhlenkamp

The goal of all schools is to help their students learn by creating an environment in which they can thrive. Color and lighting can help support that mission.

Creating Beautiful Workplaces in Healthcare

By Shive-Hattery

Taking better care of doctors, nurses and staff so they can take better care of patients

Mental Health Facilities Can Help Patients Retain Dignity, Sense of Normalcy

By Holly Reid

One of the biggest hurdles that health professionals face when treating mental health patients is getting them to keep coming back.

3 Ways to Improve Your Workplace

By Michelle Jones

Give people choices, align design with company culture, focus on wellness...

Rejuvenating Appetites and Student Participation

By Tandi Dausener

Designing richer, more student focused environments for your schools

Workplace design: An opportunity to market a company’s brand

By Siri Fliehler

By embracing your company's culture in your workplace design, we can create an inspiring and engaging place to work for your employees.

Signs Your Office Needs a Redesign

By Jeff Laski

How do you know when your office is in need of an office renovation?

Major Takeaways from the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference

By Andy Moats & Jill Pudenz

When planning healthcare facilities, designers have much to consider...

Collaborative Culture isn’t Achieved with Beautiful Spaces

By Mark Seabold

Simply adding a beautiful space to your office and calling it a collaborative area will not create a collaborative culture.

More We Workspace

By Shive-Hattery

Employees desire social connections while collaborating and organizations are seeking innovation to succeed.

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