In his new book, The Digital Workplace, author Paul Miller doesn't take a dogmatic approach to web working by hailing the death of the traditional office. Rather, he sees a more symbiotic relationship between the physical and digital work spaces.
How about school? What about technology? For me, technology is all about change. (I know that's not really quite right when you consider the relative nature of technology and all of its definitions, but this is word association, ...
This infographic is a great resource to use to assess the stressors in your personal work environment. With the proper objective reasoning, you can take the proverbial bull by its horns, and re-create a less stressful work environment.
A perfectly crafted color palette can do wonders for a healthcare facility, whether it’s the product of a new-build project, renovation, or just a bit of rejuvenation.
But determining what shades of paint are best suited for a specific space should be done with plenty of consideration for not only facility type, but also the area/department being painted and the individuals who will be using it.
Sydney Morning HeraldRobot to deliver virtual museum toursSydney Morning HeraldIn a $3.5 million project believed to be a first for an Australian cultural institution, the museum and the CSIRO have teamed up and aim to have a working prototype of...
Hospitals are increasingly looking to architects and designers for their expertise in creating healthier interiors free of known chemical hazards. Tools, resources, and experts like the featured “interior intelligence” can guide healthcare leaders towards safer choices in furniture, casework, fabrics, and finishes, so that material choices are in line with the goal of creating a healthy space for workers, patients, and visitors.
Green initiatives, especially when it comes to interior elements such as lighting and furniture, often go well outside the box. The creativity of designers has recently been going into overdrive as the green ‘ubertrend’ finds its way into every ...
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