Ergonomics is the practice and study of fitting a job to a person. We’ll be focusing on the physical best practices of ergonomics in a typical office environment, but ergonomics also encompasses the cognitive and organizational aspects of the workplace,
The days of perfectly matching furniture, fabrics and colors are long in the past. The trend we are seeing embraced is mixed materials inspired by residential design elements. This can vary from metal and wood to contrasting finishes and colors.
Erica Castillo, CID and Account Lead at Pacific Office Interiors takes us through her experience working with and designing for the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, CA. From Space Planning and Reconfigurations to projects large and small,
Frequently in commercial interiors, trends taking place in the residential space begin to impact the way commercial spaces are crafted. This is especially true when considering the term Resimercial Design was coined for this reason exactly where commercial and residential
Each year designers, architects, manufacturers, and a myriad of contract furniture professionals descend on Chicago’s Merchandise Mart (theMART) in June. This annual event draws hundreds-if not thousands of individuals across the United States and around the globe. This year’s event
Technology has been and will continue to be, a major market disruptor for many businesses in the foreseeable future and it's something we're aware of in our own business as well. The contract furniture industry is witnessing a wild technological
We’ve all had that moment throughout the workweek when this scenario happens: You’re on a productive streak, making great progress with your work. As you begin to dial in, you notice people in your vicinity gathered around to discuss something.