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Herman Miller will set up 10 diverse office spaces at this year’s NeoCon.
Herman Miller knows every company is different in terms of its workspace environment and needs, which is why the company will be showing off 10 “purposefully diverse” living office spaces at NeoCon this year, along with several new products that capture the unique needs of its multitude of clients, most of them focused on collaboration and choice. Read More
North America’s largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors isn’t all about chairs, tables and textiles. While these are essential in the creation of beautiful and practical workspaces, the technology landscape of the office shouldn’t be forgotten. Read More
Environments will include privacy levels and common spaces modeled after residences, coffee shops.
West Michigan furniture manufacturers are headed to Chicago this week for The National Exposition of Contract Furnishings, better known as NeoCon, the industry’s biggest design exposition and commercial interiors tradeshow in North America, which is being held at Chicago’s Merchandise Mart June 9-11. Read More
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) In her 2012 TEDx talk, Susan Cain, author of “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking,” noted how today’s offices and classrooms have been designed for extroverts, with a focus on stimulation, leaving introverts at a disadvantage. Read More
Although NeoCon 2013 is over, the really difficult work is just beginning. Read More
West Michigan’s best-known names in office furniture manufacturing have done well at NeoCon this week, with Steelcase, the largest company, taking the most awards. Read More
It’s show time for West Michigan’s Big 3 and more than 20 of its smaller area brethren. Read More
West Michigan office furniture makers are talking about electronics this week.
New office chairs and electronic communications technology is behind much of the buzz at NeoCon this year, ranging from an office chair designed for personal mobile device users to built-in electronics in tables and wall panels. Read More