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4 Rules for Setting Up a Client-Ready Home Office
Posted By: Lynne Lemieux
Category: Home Office

4 Rules for Setting Up a Client-Ready Home Office

Moving office into home may have some significant perks: you get to save money on gas and time on commute, spend more time with your family, find your own home/work balance, work in a less stressful environment, and be more productive.…

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Modern Office Challenges, and How an Open-Office Layout Solves Them
Posted By: Lynne Lemieux
Category: Open Office Layout

Modern Office Challenges, and How an Open-Office Layout Solves Them

Much has been discussed about open-plan offices – how they are awfully noisy or depressingly silent, how they lead to better collaboration or lower workers’ productivity and satisfaction levels, contributing to mental workload and higher stress.…

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First Impression Counts: How to Choose Reception Furniture that Dazzles Your Customers
Posted By: Lynne Lemieux
Category: Office Reception Furniture

How to Choose Reception Furniture that Dazzles Your Customers

Your reception or waiting area will probably be the space with the most impact in your entire office. It’s the first point of contact when clients decide to acquaint themselves with the “home” environment of the service or product they’re interested in, and it’s often the space that leaves the strongest impression.…

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5 Ways to Convert Unutilized Spaces in Your House into Upbeat Home Offices
Posted By: Lynne Lemieux
Category: Home Office | Office Design

5 Ways to Convert Unutilized Spaces in Your House into Upbeat Home Offices

So you’re self-employed and working from home. Just like the 2.67 million people in Canada who now work from their homes, you probably don’t have a large budget or a team of designers at your disposal to set up a research-backed, state-of-the-art, no-expense-spared office that implements all of the latest advancements in the science of workplace design.…

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Smart Office Planning: 10 Important Considerations in Designing an Office that Encourages Workflow
Posted By: Lynne Lemieux
Category: Space Planning

Smart Office Planning-10 Important Considerations in Designing an Office that Encourages Workflow

Office furniture is designed to make workers’ life easier, not complicate it. But the lack of rigorous planning and thorough execution can turn the office space planning into a lengthy, expensive, and utterly exhausting process.…

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How Does Solar Shading Benefit the Work Environment?
Posted By: Lynne Lemieux
Category: Solar Shades

 

Toronto Solar Shading

For companies concerned about escalating fuel prices, energy security, climate change, and daylight quality control, solar shading continues to be a central issue in the design of office buildings.…

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