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March 25, 2021
Heather Van Essen

Quickly adapting and reinventing the way we work sums up this past year. What initially appeared as a quick-hit pivot morphed into our current norm: Working from home (WFH) Communicating remotely Alternating onsite vs. WFH team members  Refiguring workplace office space to meet CDC guidelinesC Some say organizations have fast-forwarded …

April 28, 2020
Heather Van Essen

Contingency Planning and Interior Design Scenarios for Remote Workers. There are several areas to think about as employers look to determine the future of the current work-from-home environment.  It’s certainly important to, at minimum, understand that regardless of our timeline, remote work scenarios should remain top-of-mind as businesses plan for …

April 22, 2020
Heather Van Essen

Apply Principles of Architecture to Adapt to Our New Work-From-Home Normal. By definition, an architect is a person who plans, designs, and guides a project or undertaking. Sound like you? Balancing new work-from-home initiatives is making us architects in our own right: Planning, designing, and guiding our space, our day, …