Building 6 Blog

This Year's Trending Colors—Get Ready!

If your employees are still working from home, now’s the perfect time to pull off an office remodel. Even something as simple as a fresh coat of paint can give your workplace a facelift. If you’re thinking about painting, consider one of these color schemes to keep up with the trends.

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Effective Healthy Work Spaces With Proper Division

Open-plan offices can create a more breathable lay-out. With no internal walls separating workspaces, it definitely allows for creativity and focus, as well as inspires communication between team members. However, with anything comes challenges.

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The Science of Organization

When it comes to experiencing productive and intentional time at work, nothing can be more distracting and disruptive than a disorganized work environment. Outside of benefiting our productivity, a clean and chaos-free space positively influences our mental and physical health, too. So, what are the benefits, you ask? 

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Traditional vs. Modern Style

When you’re decorating your office, you’ll have many styles of furniture to choose from. This decision isn’t just about aesthetics--the way you design your office can impact employees’ satisfaction and clients’ first impression of you. 

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Back to Work & School

In the midst of a pandemic, it’s important to adjust your office layout to protect everyone’s health. Whether you’re readying the office for your employees’ return or looking for ways to keep your customers safe, Waddell and Ghent offer flexible solutions for an adaptable office.

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Minimizing Distraction in the Workplace

The modern office requires careful planning to accommodate growth, collaboration, and productivity. By creating a flexible office space, you make it easy for your teams to find the work habits that work for them.

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How to Implement Biophilic Design

You might read that title and think to yourself, “What in the world is biophilia?” Let’s take a cue from etymology to break the word apart. “Bio” means “of living beings”—in this case, plants. “Philia” denotes fondness.

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