It should come as no surprise that Austin dominates the Texas coworking and flexible office market. But Dallas is right up there with it. A briefing from Instant Office’s latest report, by Michelle Bodick.
Keys aren’t just outdated. They are more expensive than we realize, and leave us open to security vulnerabilities. Eric Trabold, CEO of Nexkey, discusses the future of access control.
Even some small changes within an office can drastically change its atmosphere. Why not start with the one thing we all end up staring at (that is, when we’re not staring at a computer)? By Matt Lee.
The longhouse is a building type common to historic settlements across the world, and were often places of community gathering, civil government, and communal work. At MIT, an energy-intelligent take on the longhouse has been designed for shared communal purposes.
We were so busy that we just accepted the reality of our space without imagining what might make it better. But an impromptu project changed that. By Matt Grant.
Despite the fact that coworking spaces are short-term and often provide managed services, recent data shows that in some cities, coworking office space is still nearly three times cheaper than traditional office space.
For as popular as coworking is, shared spaces have their own unique downsides. Here are a few tips to making this public space work for you. By Oles Kosiuk.
Thanks to tech companies, now more traditional firms are starting to think they need ping pong tables and tube slides in their offices. But is it ill-advised? Lauren Gregson explores.
Bad commercial office design can bring down the most “glass half full” optimist at work. Here are some basic elements of green design that commercial workspaces would do well to adopt. By Matt Lee.
Many office managers and employers still have trouble embedding wellness into their workplace or coworking environment. Here are 5 tips to get started. By Scott Colman of Blue Jelly.