My law firm clients often ask, “How are AMLAW 100/200 firms are designing their office…” as they are also concerned about efficiency, retention, and recruiting – not to mention partner profits. The following link provides some insight as to how Fish and Richardson have set up operations to service their global footprint from a single Administrative Hub. via Fish & Richardson Offices – Minneapolis – Office Snapshots
What do yo do with only 900 square feet? via Brick and Mortar Ventures Offices – San Francisco – Office Snapshots
Has the pendulum swung to far? Or maybe the open office environment is not suited for every industry. While we continue to see demand for the creative type space to spur collaboration, quiet areas are still be planned to accommodate “quiet time”. The comments at the end of the article are interesting. via CEOs Want Their Offices Back – WSJ
Are you looking for design ideas for your office, or wonder what leaders in your industry are doing with their office space?
Architecture and design firm Gensler is practicing what they preach.
Architecture and design firm Gensler is moving into the downtown San Diego space vacated last year by TV station NBC 7 (KNSD). According to the article their goal “… was to accelerate connectivity, creativity and productivity”.
Do you ever wonder if the decisions you make today with respect to your office space will give your business an advantage going forward into the future? Do you have the right contrast of open space, quiet space, digital space? The interview (link below via Office Snapshots) will provide some insight as to where the future of design may be going.