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Is There a Correlation Between Office Design and Job Satisfaction?

An article in the small business section of Chron.com outlines the factors influencing the social environment in an organization:  job satisfaction, teamwork, politics and conflict. What it doesn’t mention is that office design can have a significant effect on the way each of those factors plays out. The Undeniable Link Between Work Efficiency and Office […]

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Talented Master Craftsman: Joseph Walsh

Sometimes there are no words to describe feelings conjured by a piece of art or architecture. Such is the case when viewing pieces by master craftsman Joseph Walsh. Perhaps equally stunning is the fact that Walsh is almost entirely self-taught, lending his works an unfettered and unfiltered edge when compared with his contemporaries. Regardless, Walsh’s […]

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Textile Homes Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright was an iconic artist, architect and interior designer but, above all that, he had a practical and humorous nature that belies that grandeur often placed on those with his level of public stature. Consider this quote of his, regarding his interest in exploring the use of concrete blocks to create four, famous, textile […]

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Rotating Architecture Home Trends by Next Office

Turntables and other rotating structural features have been used to increase efficiency since the wheel’s invention. Consider the lazy Susan for large family dining scenarios, rotating shelves in less-accessible corner kitchen cabinets or the railroad and car turntables that improve a vehicle’s ability to enter, turn and exit small areas. Now, similar technology – implemented […]

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A Look at Student-Focused Design in Educational Spaces

Imagine the typical university classroom and what do you see in your mind’s eye? Odds are that while rooms may be more colorful – or chalkboards have given to smart screens – there are still rows of small desks and hard-surfaced chairs. In other words, academic classrooms really haven’t changed all that much in the […]

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Comparison of WXY's Beach Pavilion and The Corbusier Chapel

If you’re an architecture aficionado, you derive great pleasure from seeing how two different buildings – seemingly unrelated – can have so many similarities in their design, form and feel. Such was the case for us when we first saw WXY’s Beach Pavilion, built as part of Quennell Rothschild’s master plan. The pure, white aesthetic, gentle curves […]

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Leslie Talks: Eye Catching Design Comparisons

Work space designers continue to innovate to meet the demands of the modern workplace and to remain consistent with current architecture and interior design trends. There are several ways this has influenced both office and public building designs, including the use of innovative, transparent walls or dividers that meet the demands for both privacy and […]

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Promoting Healthier Workplaces With Beautiful and Functional Staircase Design

There’s no doubt about it; obesity in America has become an epidemic. Recent statistics tell us one-third of all Americans are obese and more than 70% are overweight. It’s well and good to encourage people to eat healthier, park further away from buildings or to take the stairs. However, we wonder what it would look […]

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Leslie Saul Explains: Designing Harmonious Outdoor Spaces

Designing harmonious outdoor spaces allows natural surroundings to become an extension of interior living spaces. Ideally, each stage of your outdoor design will transition to the next, so a dining or living area will open to a patio or transitional space, which will lead to a lawn or garden space, which leads to a pool […]

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Have You Noticed?

Have You Noticed? That shadows in the deep snow look bright blue, but shadows in the deep ocean look dark gray/green/purple? Sand (from the city plows) and carbon black (from the exhaust of cars and trucks) make the snow along city streets and highways turn a yucky brown/black, but have you noticed that the fresh […]

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