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Nature Driven: The Gifts of Charley Harper

Discover the vibrant and nature-inspired work of textile designer, Charley Harper. Explore the colorful and durable textiles to elevate your space today...

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Space, like fashion, is global and ubiquitous. Both fundamentally address style, function, and comfort — and use the common language of design to tell a story, introduce new possibilities, and shake us out of complacency. At their best, fashion and space help us see the world in new ways.

We used data from the start of the process. When collected, analyzed, and applied correctly, data is innately human. So is the workplace – at least it should be.

Gone are the days of merely measuring square footage. To create an effective workplace, organizations must use data and a human-centered design approach to measure and build adaptability around who employees are and how they work.

In the face of constant change and shifting employee expectations, how companies use emerging technologies and culture to connect with employees will have lasting implications.

There are no one-size-fits-all ways to work. The truth is, people change how and where they work all day, every day. Neighborhoods account for this.

Creating a great workplace isn’t just about the space. It’s not about the amenities or a fancy office. A great workplace is always relevant.

Exclusive interview with Michael Susi, Director Global Wellness, LinkedIn

How to Create Full Engagement by Leading Above the Line

From The Language of Architecture + Design: Three Relevant Design Trends. “Design creates culture. Culture shapes values. Values determine the future.”