Those Who Work in Glass Offices…

Those Who Work in Glass Offices…

Might be over-exposed. That’s what the Wall Street Journal, “Indecent Exposure: The Downsides of Working in a Glass Office” says, anyway. With all the talk about the benefits of open design, no one seemed to consider the pitfalls. Here are a few the WSJ identified: Privacy on personal matters, where human resources or other private [Read More]

Keeping It Live and Local

Keeping It Live and Local

Have you heard of “locavores?” These folks are interested in eating food that is produced within a 100-mile radius of their home. The idea is to minimize fossil fuels from shipping and nutrition lost from farm to table. We like to consider ourselves a small part of the locavore movement. We started three years back [Read More]

Creating the Perfect Workspace

Creating the Perfect Workspace

When we built our corporate campus a few years back, we were thinking about how to create a better workplace for our folks. Our goal was to create an environment  to promote teamwork, break down cylinders and be fun. To accomplish this, I considered multiple designs: –minimum walls and many open work areas, our customer [Read More]