Office Environments News
Not every work conversation needs or deserves an audience, but when privacy is a genuine concern, where can we go to be as safe as possible?
As we drag the concept of “the office” out of the dark ages and into the 21st century, we have to pay extra attention to certain elements of the workspace we might not have considered in the past.
Wherever you’re working in the new year, these top desk trends of 2021 will keep productivity up and backache down.
Reconfiguring an existing space or designing a new office space in our post-COVID world is better with DIRTT.
Office Environments is excited to announce a new partnership with DIRTT Environmental Solutions! Partnering with DIRTT is an amazing opportunity that allows us to expand our product offerings and launch a new division of Office Environments called OE+.
Building better starts with people. Our DIRTT team will work alongside yours to create a personalized, smart space. We’re your local DIRTT experts and your partner every step of the way.
Today’s workspaces are becoming more open and more collaborative than ever, but for many workers to thrive, they need privacy and dedicated spaces for breakout collaboration. While there are plenty of benefits associated with open offices and many proponents who support them, there are still some who are pushing back against these open workspaces.
We don’t have an answer for the rapid, welcomed interest in the humanity of work, but this we can be assured of: as time progresses, and the lines increasingly blur between work and life, more emphasis is placed on the health and wellbeing of the modern workforce.
Introducing Canvas Vista: Designed by Joey Ruiter for Herman Miller, made for every office.
Straightforward. Functional. Aesthetic.
Introducing Mora, a new casework system from Herman Miller that is incredibly versatile. Designed with today's healthcare providers in mind, Mora seamlessly integrates with technology and can easily be reconfigured to meet the changing needs of healthcare.
The ColourForm Sofa Group, Scholten & Baijings’ first project for Herman Miller, is the perfect expression of its designers’ artistic process.
How a hacked Eames Shell Chair, the world’s first mousepad, and a one-off keyboard console set the stage for the personal computer revolution.