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For Lippe Taylor, Only an Office That Looks Nothing Like an Office Will Do

  Lippe Taylor, a New York PR agency, is totally focused on marketing to women. And their 17,000 sq. ft. offices on Park Avenue make you feel right at home in a whimsical and relaxing fashion. This was the goal of founder and CEO, Maureen Lippe, who doesn’t think an office should look like an office. Below are just a few…

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US Map Shows Mandatory Continuing Education for Architects In All 50 States

  Although there is no national license per the NCARB, architects can be individually licensed in each state of the United States. Architects are licensed separately under different laws, and must apply for a license in each jurisdiction. If you are licensed in multiple states, you are well aware that continuing education dates and requirements also vary in every state.…

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NeoConography Shots from NeoCon12

NeoCon 2012 Highlights: Part Four

  If you missed NeoCon 2012, where the contract industry kicks off its year showcasing the newest in office products and resources, not to worry. You can practically relive the experience through the attendees’ perspectives thanks to KI’s #NeoConography photo contest. KI awarded $100 each to the top shots submitted. The five winners are shown below, but be sure to check out KI’s #NeoConography…

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NeoCon 2012 Video Highlights: Part Three

NeoCon12 boasts solutions for collaboration, comfort, flexibility and innovation. Below are more examples of these concepts brought to reality.   Martin Bergmann and Gernot Bohmann of EOOS “talk” about TALK, their award winning lounge seating collection designed for Keilhauer. The design is based on research that reveals when two people meet to talk, they immediately turn to a angled positions for relaxed…

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NeoCon 2012 Video Highlights: Part One

NEOCON 2012 DELIVERED!   Source: p.twimg.com via KI on Pinterest   As a result of the economy, technological advancements and environmental focuses, the world of business has changed and continues to do so. These paradigm shifts have transformed the way we work and that has in turn affected the workplace.  NeoCon annually gathers some of the greatest minds, designers and manufacturers…

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Knoll Believes That New Work Patterns Call For New Office Designs

Knoll, Inc. introduced furniture solutions at NeoCon 2012 for a range of individual and group work that recognizes the increasingly social, mobile and collaborative fashion of today’s workplace. “The office planning paradigm that most of us are familiar with was never intended to support the complexity or even the unpredictability of new work patterns,” said Benjamin Pardo, Knoll design director.…

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Ergonomic, Schmergonomic. Can The Way You Sit Really Affect Productivity?

You bet it can. We’ve all heard the term ‘ergonomics’. But what does it really mean? By definition ergonomics is “the applied science of equipment design, as for the workplace, intended to maximize productivity by reducing operator fatigue and discomfort.” This means providing furniture that adapts to people, so they can spend more time on tasks comfortably and less time away…

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Today's office for today's business

Today’s Office for Today’s Business

Not only has advancing technology changed the way we do business, it has changed the types of businesses being started. And this requires office environments that allow innovative commerce to flourish. Today’s office for today’s business.     Seamless’ new corporate office in New York City is a great example of a workplace designed to amplify what they do. Seamless.com,…

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Are You Using the 2012 Color of the Year In Your Office?

Pantone LLC, has been the world’s color authority for nearly 50 years. And for more than a decade, Pantone’s Color of the Year has influenced product development and purchasing decisions in multiple industries, including fashion, home and industrial design, as well as product packaging and graphic design. We are already seeing evidence of this fun color from several of the…

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Creating Workspaces For Creatives

The type of working environment you provide affects how people perceive themselves and their importance to the company as well as how productive they are. This is especially true when creating workspaces for creatives. If your business depends on originality and having imaginative people at the helm, the workspace you provide should foster the appropriate traits and behaviors. That means…

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