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Office Interiors After COVID-19: Is Open Plan Over?

Could open plan be a thing of the past? It doesn’t have to be. Open concepts are an office design trend that makes the promise of more collaborative and productive teams, despite evidence showing that employees actually prefer spaces that have the option for privacy. A 2018 study by Harvard Business School found open offices

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Curtains vs. Glass Partitions: Fighting Coronaviruses With Simpler Sterilization

Architectural and interior design plans for new commercial projects take a variety of factors into consideration. Coronaviruses, like the COVID-19 pandemic, shine a light on one of the most critical aspects for consideration: the infrastructure-based measures that support infection control to create a healthy environment. Specifying smart building materials that maintain agility, openness, and access

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Increase Employee Activity by 70% with Natural Light

Studies show that natural light in office spaces improves employee satisfaction and productivity. That’s because natural light helps regulate the body’s natural circadian rhythms (sleep-wake schedules). Research proves that natural light helps people be more productive, happier, and calmer. In this blog, we will delve into the positive effects of natural light in office settings,

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4 Ways Dynamic Smart Glass Contributes to Office Interior Design

Dynamic Glass is a hot term in interior design these days, and bringing this technology into office interiors is only natural. When looking to design a sophisticated and tech-savvy new office space, or redesign an existing workspace that needs a facelift, adding switchable glass can make the difference between “just nice” and “simply astounding”. When

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How Smart Glass Supports Minimalist Interior Design for Offices

What is a minimalist office and how do you design one? How can switchable smart glass be a part of it? The motto of a minimalist office decor is “Less is More”, from design (vibe, layout, furniture) to operations (paperless and system automation). Offices that fit the “minimalist interior design” trend typically have the same

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Create an Agile Work Environment with Smart Glass

Smart glass is helping architects, interior designers, and partition manufacturers to create an agile work environment, making workspaces more flexible. Smart Glass as a design solutions offers an option of transparency for team productivity while helping to maintain privacy when companies need it most. Transparency isn’t just a characteristic of glass. It’s a company culture

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