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It’s a well-known fact that our environment has a direct impact on our mental clarity. We can influence our capacity for focus and productivity through various design tools. Thoughtfully incorporating certain design elements into your workplace can allow for more focus to flow through the environment. Here are some great ways of keeping focus in the office.
We’re excited to reveal photos from one of our most recent projects–the STEM Innovation Center at Carondelet High School in Concord!
We had the pleasure of collaborating with Ratcliff Architects and the faculty at Carondelet to select and provide furniture for the innovative open & collaborative spaces in the facility. We also provided delivery and installation. Check out the beautiful space!
Working outdoors has countless benefits! It can improve your mood, prevent fatigue and increase productivity overall! Now especially, given our new normal, working outdoors can help keep you and your employees safe (when paired with safe physical distancing practices). We want to share some of our favorite outdoor picks with you! With impeccable quality and sophisticated design this is outdoor furniture for the long haul.
2020 has undeniably transformed the world of work, paved a new path for workplace design and inspired a unique wave of trends to surface in 2021. Design choices in the new year are unique in that they are an adaptive response to unprecedented circumstances. We’ve done our research & turned to our design experts to gather a list of top industry trends we will likely be seeing in 2021–some of which have already surfaced in a variety of ways.
Happy New Years Eve! Together, we have made it through 2020 and are welcoming 2021 with open arms. This year has brought all of us great challenges through which we are able to see valuable lessons and growth. We hope you have a wonderful night surrounded by love, warmth & excitement for the new year! Wishing all of you the very best in 2021. Be. Uplifted. Be. Inspired. Be. Ready. Be. Together. Be. You.
We can all agree that 2020 has been the year of unpredictability–the workplace world has had to learn to adapt to changing circumstances at a moment’s notice. Whether you have transitioned to working remotely or are now returning to the office and gradually re-occupying, circumstances have been changing rapidly and unpredictably. Without a doubt, there is something to learn from experiencing and adapting to these transitions. We’ve gathered our key lessons and takeaways from 2020 in workplace design and want to share them with you!
Sending our warmest holiday wishes.
Our team wishes you and your families a wonderful holiday season and an uplifting new year! We appreciate your continuous support. May the magic and the wonder of the holiday season inspire you and your loved ones. Be. Safe. Be. Well. Be. Cherished.
Given our current circumstances, countless organizations have been integrating tools, products and practices to increase physical safety in the workplace. Adaptive tools such as barrier systems, dividers, panels, floor markers, and others have become a staple for organizations choosing to continue in-office work hours. These solutions are essential as they allow businesses to continue functioning during the pandemic while keeping employees as safe as possible. At Be. we have implemented several of these solutions to ensure the safety of our team members, partners and clients.
Rethinking the Meeting Room: Maintaining Collaboration in Comfort at the Office during the “New Normal”
Employees are now returning to the office but coronavirus is still a lingering threat. How can we best adapt our workspaces without stifling productivity and compromising on comfort & productivity? A combination of adapting our existing spaces and introducing new ones is key to remodelling the modern workplace. Spaces that are particularly concerning are those that are collaborative in nature. The pandemic has created a need for physical distancing, however collaboration within a shared physical space is essential to the productivity of a business and the wellness of its employees.
The Evolution of a Space: How Digital Technologies Transform the Process of Visualization in Space Design
Digital technologies are game-changing tools that fundamentally revolutionize the process of space design. Our Design Department uses advanced technologies such as, REVIT, AutoCAD, Sketchup, InDesign and Photoshop for 3D Visualization to map out every design nuance. It’s a canvas that helps us collectively define your needs, create concepts with 3D Visuals that display the impact of every choice before it becomes a decision. We see the impact of these visual tools on our projects everyday and wanted to give you a glimpse of their effect on our latest project— Richard Avelar & Associates.