The office you remember is gone. Imagine in its place a workplace in harmony with the new ways in which you work. An agile space of rich colors and textures. An immersive landscape where artificial intelligence and virtual reality come together to help you solve complex problems. A place where you move to intuitive workspaces, connected conference rooms, comfortable lounges. Each day’s demands are different, and you wake up excited to meet them.Read the latest 360 Magazine
SILQ Office Chair
SILQ office chair is a breakthrough in seating design. Its innovative nature is both mechanism and artistry. It delivers a personal experience that responds to the unique movements of your body.Learn more about SILQ
Answer Fence offers freestanding, light-scale space division, while providing power and data distribution and access.Learn more about Answer
Why Workers are Rejecting the "Sea of Sameness"
In this episode of 360 Real Time, Christine Congdon, Editor of 360 & Director of Global Research Communications, discusses how standardizing workplaces for efficiency with a uniform approach limits the worker’s potential for inspiration, creativity, and social connections.Listen Now
How Connected Spaces Enhance Worker Performance
In this episode of 360 Real Time, Scott Sadler, manager of integrated technologies discusses the future of smart + connected spaces and how thoughtfully integrated technologies can use data to improve the experience people have at work.Listen Now
Creating Conditions for Workplace Creativity
Innovation and creativity come at a price, demanding the brightest minds and hottest talent in the industry. As companies push to find an edge in a very crowded marketplace, the competition is fierce and the clock is ticking faster than ever.Learn More
How to Make Work Healthier: Move It!
How sedentary is your work? If you’re like many office workers, you probably wish you could be more active, maybe spend less time sitting. But, work keeps most of us at our desks. We may have a cell phone, maybe a tablet or laptop, so you’d think we could be fairly mobile. But most workers aren’t.Learn More