We’ve talked about the famous Eames interview before, and Herman Miller is doing an entire series of interviews with designers, asking the same questions. This series is phenomenal reading for anyone interested in design. In this particular interview, Keiji Takeuchi, the Milan-based, Japanese-born, Paris-trained designer responds to the Eameses’ famous Design Q & A. Here are […]
The majority generation in offices today is millennials, and that means offices are quickly evolving to accommodate their tastes in order to attract this new generation of talent.
Born between 1965 and 1980, Baby Boomers have a number of particular wants and needs for the Baby Boomer office.
Born between 1946 and 1964, Baby Boomers have a number of particular wants and needs for the Baby Boomer office.
The need is more common than ever – our generational lines are clearer than at any point in America’s history, the generational mix in the workforce is about equal, and that means offices need to accommodate the differentiated needs of each generation at the same time.