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Designer Profiles: Kerry Rowe & Paul James

In the world of office furniture design, we enlist help from stylists that find the biggest and brightest trends. We’d like to highlight two of those designers in this post. The first being commercial interior designer, Kerry Rowe. The second being industrial designer, Paul James.

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Define Typical Configurations & Applications

One product with nearly limitless configurations, Define is space division furniture for collaborative environments. Integrating particularly well in open office settings, Define can help fill the needs you have in your space.

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Create Your Moodboard Overnight

Taking a nod from interior design, a moodboard is a piece that gathers inspiration to get a clear view of the look you have in mind for a space. The purpose is to create a collage that evokes the style you’d like to achieve.

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Creative Solutions from Waddell

At Waddell, we have recognized the opportunity to bring flexible solutions focused on creativity, natural elements and personalization into the modern office. Instead of a one size fits all approach, we are paving the way for space division furniture and contemporary display solutions.

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Trending Textures for 2020

Textures add depth, interest, and visual appeal to a design. Imagine an idyllic landscape. What makes a scenery lively? Several different textures colliding together.

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Types of Collaboration Area

Not all types of work are the same, so it stands to reason that not all work spaces should be the same. To meet the needs of a variety of work projects, several different work spaces need to be created. Read on to discover what spaces experts say are must-haves. 

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Waddell Debuts Modular Space Division Collection:

Waddell is expanding its display and space division solutions with the introduction of Define, a collection of modular pieces used to define “third spaces.”  Define is a solution meant for community spaces to provide an alternative to architectural built-ins, serving as millwork but on a furniture budget and purchase order.

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Designing for Flexible Spaces

The nature of work is changing. And so is the terminology surrounding it. Do you know what “hot desks” are? How about “pods”? They are both relatively new phrases that came about as a response to a new workplace that’s flexible and dynamic. Read on to learn about the new type of work that’s evolving and some approaches you can use to support it.

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