In developing universal change rooms, Toronto architecture firm MJMA tackles the issues of privacy, safety and accessibility through design.
It’s no secret that faulty office design can hamper your employees’ effectiveness, or that a terrible office design can leave everyone in it feeling downright miserable.
An important component of job interviews is keeping the candidates calm and at ease — and ready to show their true selves. Setting is an important factor in establishing this rapport.
We spoke with Dave Mclaughlin, WeWork East’s general manager, to learn more about what makes coworking such an attractive option.
Long an office-planning afterthought, washrooms are finally getting the attention they deserve. And much of it is thanks to increased awareness of the issues around gender identity.
To find out what it takes to set up a productive, professional, and comfortable home office, we spoke with Toronto interior designer Jane Lockhart.
As workforces become increasingly blended with a range of full-time, part-time, contract, and remote workers, many companies are looking to unassigned workstations to make the most of their office space.