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Piton Stools and Side Tables Strengthen the Barber Osgerby Collection
The geometric framework of these Piton stools is a new interpretation of the familiar tripod structure. See the original design sketches and learn about the creative process that produced these works from the artists themselves. http://bit.ly/1ErW1TP
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Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center Opening Soon
The new Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center is slated to open in June after years of development. We are proud to give you this sneak peak into the office spaces we helped bring to life. Learn more about this innovative project: http://bit.ly/2pUYFfR
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NeoCon Commercial Design Show Begins June 12

It’s less than a month away, but we still can’t wait for this year’s NeoCon design show! With keynote speakers like Arianna Huffington and John Ronan, along with hundreds of exhibitors like Furry and Stilo, there’s enough at this show to keep us inspired for a long time. Learn more about one of the year’s most highly anticipated shows: http://bit.ly/1gw5rjr

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Quality Transportation Design Better Facilitates Travel
When people travel, whether for business or pleasure, they often crave a new experience. In transportation, these designs connect people to the places they’re going and the places they’ve already been. Small accents like locally sourced wood and oceanic inspired shapes can have a huge impact on the quality of a traveler’s overall experience. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2oUemqW

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Sensory Factors Play A Key Role in Office Design
While everyone wants an office that looks nice, not all beautiful offices are enjoyable workplaces. From furniture choice to food options, there are many factors that play into office design. Although, focusing on just on just one factor and neglecting the rest of the body’s five senses could be catastrophic for the workspace. Learn more in our blog. http://bit.ly/2qJE6DS

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10,000 Pieces: The Astounding Life of Harry Bertoia
From simple drawings to massive sculptures, Harry Bertoia’s creations are known around the world. In just 63 years of life, Bertoia created over 10,000 pieces of art from drawings to metalwork. With a life cut short due to cancer, Bertoia is remembered as one of the most prolific and influential creators of the 20th century. Learn more in our blog: http://bit.ly/2puArLU

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Technology Leads the Way in Workplace and Office Design
New technologies are forcing businesses across all industries to evolve and adapt to new trends, and the workplace design industry is no different. The recent influx of technology allows designers to be more creative, designing spaces that can be used in a variety of ways. From more power access to flexibility in the types of office arrangements, technology is enhancing the world of workplace and office design. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2lhuUTU

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Friend or Foe: Is an Open Office Design Good or Bad for Your Company?

As millennials enter the workplace, office design is seeing a shift toward more open workspaces in an effort to increase collaboration and efficiency. Although, research is starting to show these open-plan offices are actually less productive than a traditional office layout. While these open floor plans do increase the ability to collaborate, they also make it easy for noise levels to become a hindrance to some employees. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2pDFuHI

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Project Profile: Kiewit University

Kiewit Corporation has been in business since the late 19th century, owing much of its longevity to its focus on constantly educating its employees. That’s why Spaces, Inc. was tasked with redesigning everything from large auditoriums to private offices at Kiewit University, the company’s educational headquarters. With help from partners like Knoll, Spaces was able to incorporate technology with a sleek design and develop modern, collaborative workspaces. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2ptstDp

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Custom Millwork Makes the Difference in Healthcare Design
When Hunterdon Orthopedic was looking to redesign their office, they wanted to be able to provide patients with a personalized and private atmosphere. To meet these needs, DIRTT designed a space outfitted with custom millwork that created a unique atmosphere for visitors. DIRTT’s ability to completely customize the office without any customization surcharges helped to set Hunterdon Orthopedic apart from the competition without an astronomical price tag. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2o6y6Dg
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