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Can the Workplace Be Designed to Reduce Stress?
Stress has been labeled the “health epidemic of the 21st century. How can the workplace help reduce all this anxiety we feel?
Episode 76: Sparking Future Innovation at IA
No Limits Here – IA Opens its Newest Office in Austin, TX
With its third office in Texas, IA is excited to expand into this digitally-savvy and diverse city.
Episode 75: Happy Thanksgiving from Your Friends at IA
We interrupt our regularly scheduled podcast to thank our clients, colleagues, friends, family, and our listeners.
Location Awareness and the Coming Disruption
In Part 1 of a 3-part IA Design Intelligence series, we explore the benefits and concerns of location awareness technology in the workplace and the coming disruption it poses.
3rd Annual IAct Awards Recognizes Outstanding Contributions Across the Firm
The design firm’s international, peer-driven awards program honors contributions from architects, designers, and technicians.
The Missing Piece of the Puzzle
Taking a break from the workday provides much needed benefits.
Episode 74: Recapping IA’s 2017 Global Design Forum
Change is in the Wind for Law Firm Offices
The modern law office is experiencing transformation that reflects design trends seen in the broader world of commercial interior design.
Episode 73: Going to the Bank is Beginning to Look Different
IA Director of Client Services Ray Ehscheid talks about how traditional bank branches are being transformed into engaging, consultative spaces.
Hidden Rooms in the Workplace
hiding in plain sight, a collection of our favorite secret rooms. Linkedin 28th floor The wonder of hidden rooms – mystery that stems from the unexpected holds appeals to many. At LinkedIn in New York, on the 28th floor, knowing the right rotary phone to dial grants access to a hidden speakeasy where employees can go […]
Episode 72: My Favorite Project: Jet.com
Starting a new series that puts a spotlight on projects our employees have enjoyed working on the most, IA Intermediate Designer Brie Samyn describes what she learned working on Jet.com’s headquarters in New Jersey.