spaces

Choosing Your Office Furniture Wisely

It’s easy to forget how important your surroundings can be, especially at work. You’re so busy doing your work that you don’t even realize how much the set up in your office is effecting your productivity and stress levels. When you’re uncomfortable in your work environment, it directly effects the quality of your work, and thusly your success and happiness. …

5 Office Trends to Expect This Year

Change is to be expected with any new year, and 2015 will be no exception—including in the office. Despite the fact that a majority of office workers still find themselves confined to traditional workspaces, a new wave of design and communication is anticipated to begin changing the average office space into a more relaxed, accessible environment. Many companies have already …

Introverts & Extroverts

Something for Everyone: The Introvert, the Extrovert & Beyond

While the prevailing culture of Denver office furniture continues its shift towards open layouts and spaces that ostensibly foster collaboration and conversation, there is a group that increasingly seems forgotten: the introverts. Instead of embracing their serious, often quite and reflective demeanor, many workplaces expect these individuals to operate the same way as their extroverted coworkers—the assertive, outgoing type. Societal …

Flexibility, Adaptability: The Story of Herman Miller Cubicles

In 1964, Herman Miller unveiled Action Office, an office plan unlike anything the industry had seen. The plan was the brainchild of Robert Propst, one of the first designers to argue that office work is greatly affected by environmental factors. Unlike traditional business culture of the 60s, Action Office emphasized motion—the idea being that physical movement stimulates the mind and …