September 13, 2019

Whether entering the workforce with a new degree, or searching for a position to reflect experience level, the job search can be daunting. The employment process seems straightforward: determine the general location you want to work, find open positions available nearb...

May 2, 2019

Numerous clients who approach us to invigorate their office spaces are familiar with many of the popular movements that exist in office design today. Trends such as open office concepts, flexible spaces, and wellness initiatives all sound great on paper, but many are s...

Soundproof booth by ROOM

Cell phones may have caused phone booths to disappear from city streets, but these same phones are causing them to pop up in open-office cultures. As humans, we still have a basic need for privacy.

The diversity and flexibility of these small spa...

When Conning & Co., a leading global investment management firm serving the insurance industry, leased two upper floors in Hartford’s 26-story Gold Building, a significant design challenge was to create volume and openness in a sprawling horizontal space with a compres...

October 19, 2018

Jane Jacobs articulates the properties of older “chaotic” city forms, such as permeability, mixed uses, and density, in her seminal work, “The Death and Life of Great American Cities.” These qualities, when present together, contribute to a healthy and safe urban envir...

NeoCon, the world’s largest commercial interior industry event, celebrated its historic 50th year in June. The annual trade show, at the Merchandise Mart in downtown Chicago, drew more than 50,000 industry professionals to experience the best of the design industry. We...