There’s no proven formula for space utilization. How much and what types of spaces are needed varies. It all depends on your desired outcomes to align people and space for optimal performance. We can help you create spaces that result in effective people and efficient real estate.
Hospitality in the workplace is changing. Space utilization is evolving from a nice coffee pot in reception to a broad, purposeful approach that creates an experience. See 4 considerations to tell the stories of your brand, culture, and values.
What’s key to responding to rapid growth or downsizing? A master plan. This roadmap for real estate and facilities is crucial and it takes 6 to 9 months to develop a solid plan. See how your company can prepare for the ups and downs.
LinkedIn’s Workplace Strategy and Performance Program Director believes the future of work will not be as drastically different as some people believe. See his process for office space utilization for today’s employees and future generations.
It’s a pivotal time to think about the office of the future. See learnings from 150+ of Haworth’s global clients around key themes that impact space utilization, including transforming the floorplate and managing change.
Davenport University prides itself on real-world-focused education. See how a multi-purpose, $15.5M new building effectively utilizes space to serve as an educational, working, and social center to support a full range of student and faculty activities.
Spread across five workspaces at headquarters, Haworth’s global HR team wasn’t maximizing its real estate. See how we created more efficient and effective spaces for prospective employees, recruiters, and our HR team.
Creating a global technological hub called for a renovation to reimagine office space utilization. See how a more open environment in a state-of-the-art facility brings people together for collaboration and innovation at this manufacturer’s headquarters.
The facility strategy for attorneys working in private offices—with sizes based on status—was repealed at this large law firm. With the motto “Fun, Pride, & Profit…in that order,” real estate was reallocated to allow more room for neighborhoods, nooks, and social spaces.
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