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Three design trends that every coworking office should be incorporating

Once thought of by the commercial real estate industry as “just a fad” or a trend that would soon blow over, coworking spaces are more popular than ever in 2019 — and they certainly won’t be going away anytime soon. As more corporate businesses allow their employees to begin working remotely and younger generations are starting to demand jobs that offer them the flexibility to work outside the office, the demand for coworking spaces is only going to grow bigger in the coming years.

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In the heart of winter, when the days are short and it feels like the sun is only out for a few hours per day, it can be tough for those of us who work inside an office building to keep a positive mindset. Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, affects over 5 percent of Americans each year, while another 10 to 15 percent of people may experience a milder version, according to NBC News.  Learn how these simple additions, along with ergonomic office furniture can bring some cheer back into your office!

Office Layout Dos and Don'ts for a Productive, Happy Workplace

According to the latest research, your employees may not be that into you: Only about 33 percent of workers are actively engaged at work, according to Gallup’s 2016 poll of nearly 200,000 U.S. employees. At the same time, American workers are stressed out. Eighty percent of employees say they routinely feel stress on the job, and 40 percent say their jobs are very or extremely stressful. Read on to learn more about current office design trends plus tips to implement them in your space.

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Check out our latest published work on Ladders for designing open office workspaces that incorporate modern design methods to inspire your workers

Many companies are missing out on the value of open office spaces, and integrating them into your existing office environment is really easy and cost effective. Read the latest publication to learn more...

Create an Inspiring Workplace in 2017

Many offices have come a long way from drab colors, stuffy cubicles, and giant computer monitors that take up a huge chunk of desk space. Companies have learned the importance of investing in strategic, beautiful office design. A well-designed office—both in terms of function and aesthetics—can inspire workers and visitors. Incorporating different zones, such as areas for work, collaboration, focus, and relaxation—can set your company up to accommodate each workers’ changing needs and wants throughout the day. And modular, adaptable furniture can enable collaboration while still offering the option for quiet and privacy. Color can offer a lot of bang for your design buck, too. Bold reds can stimulate workers, while green and blue can help people feel relaxed and calm, which is perfect for quiet spaces. Read on to learn more about current office design trends plus tips to implement them in your space.

Modern Office Furniture

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Check out our latest published work on HR.com for designing office workspaces that promote worker happiness and at the same time make your company run smoother!

There are a lot of opinions out there trashing the open office trend, while some make valid points, others misplace their anger on design unrelated issues. Read the latest publication to learn more...

Modern Reception Desk

The reception area of your business is the first thing visitors to your business will see. So it is critical that you make a positive first impression. The tone you set with your reception area will influence the way potential customers, clients and investors think about your business from that moment on. There’s too much at risk to leave it to chance

Modern Collaborative Office Furniture

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Check out our latest published work on propmodo.com for designing office workspaces that incorporate collaborative areas integrated amongst office workstations!

Many companies are missing out on the value of collaborative spaces, and integrating them into your existing office environment is really easy and cost effective. Read the latest publication to learn more...

Hybrid Office Solutions

Environmental issues such as ground and air pollution, pesticide proliferation and the destruction of the rainforests are no longer the concerns of people who follow conspiracy theories. These topics have leapt from the science journals to the headlines of major news organizations. As a result, there is a growing concern about seeking “green” solutions to even the most mundane decisions, such as the kind of office furniture you should use.