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Hybrid Working Models

As more companies pivot to a hybrid work model with both remote and in-office staff, it’s important to ensure that all employees have equitable access to resources and collaborative opportunities.

COVID Workplace Strategy

Even in a post-vaccine world, remote work will undoubtedly increase by a substantial margin, relative to pre-pandemic levels. How will the corporate workplace model respond?

Return to Campus Planning

We surveyed students and found that while 90% plan to enroll in classes, only 60% feel ready to return to campus. So, how can campus leaders mitigate students’ concerns and ensure a safe school environment?

Reimagining the Urban Office

The Covid-19 pandemic has abruptly challenged a decade of corporate real estate and workplace design decisions by calling into question the purpose of large centralized office locations.

Are Students Ready to Return to Campus in the Fall?

Many say yes, but with caveats, found a nationwide survey of college and university students. Their responses can help campus leaders in planning for reopening.

Higher Ed Research Reveals What Students Really Want

HLW’s Higher Ed team brought together an interdisciplinary team of strategists and designers to ask current students: How are you learning today, and what spaces do you think will best accommodate your ability to learn in the future?

Designing Offices, Restaurants and Grocery Stores in the Age of Coronavirus

As New York City and other communities across the U.S. grapple with the coronavirus outbreak, architects are thinking about how to make regular people safer when they finally return to work and normal life, whether it’s in grocery stores, schools or typical offices.

The Tech+ Workplace Conference Leads the Cutting Edge of Workplace Design

On September 25, The Architect’s Newspaper hosted its inaugural Tech+ Workplace conference. Located in New York City’s Urban Tech Hub, the event brought together experts in the fields of office design, space planning, and facilities.

7 Factors of Great Office Design

Smart companies understand that workspaces are a business tool. An office environment reflects and reinforces a business’s core values, through the placement of different teams and functions and design elements that reflect culture, brand, and values.

What Great Office Design Actually Looks Like

Harvard Business Review shows us what great office design actually looks like and identifies what works for your specific space in this video.