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Work Design Now is a research program conducted by Work Design Magazine and sponsored by Haworth Inc. The program brings together industry practitioners to fully explore the goals, workplace challenges, and solutions driving modern corporate design decisions.
Internet giant IAC needed to accommodate employees from a recent merger. However, its stunning, Frank Gehry-designed headquarters presented unique challenges. New approaches to space planning provided the answer, including comfortably increasing worker capacity by 20 percent.
Communication, collaboration, and the ability to respond quickly to change—it’s not just smart business for the Air National Guard; it’s a matter of national security.
In 2013, Haworth reconfigured a space on the second floor of One Haworth Center called 2West to demonstrate the ever-evolving nature of work, create a vision for our customers, and support employee needs.
Examining the costs for the initial build-out of their office building as well as subsequent reconfigurations showed that a readily adaptable workspace would save significant costs throughout its lifetime.
SmithGroupJJR’s office space is more than just a place to work—it’s a laboratory for ideas and a showroom for the solutions they bring to their clients.
Designing a space that not only addresses the issues of today, but also allows the space to be marketable for years to come is no easy task.