Entries tagged with: lifestyle



Hindsight is 2020: Our Year in Review

With four months left of 2020, we're reflecting on WTF happened this year and learning from the good, the bad, and the utterly ridiculous. 

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What is Fitwel? What we know about the latest building standard

The latest standard to emerge is the Fitwel standard. It was created in 2017 as a joint pilot initiative between the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the General Services Administration (GSA) for optimizing design and operations to improve health and productivity results.

 

Fitwel speaks to both enhancing the well-being of occupants and supports healthier communities. It was created in response to the demand for a practical and easily implemented standard for occupant health.

 

So what features make Fitwel stand out now? And why should you consider Fitwel for your next design strategy? 

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Rethinking Back to School: Healthy Classrooms and a Healthy Planet

With plexiglass dividers, masks and social distancing requirements essential for all future educational settings, major changes to the classroom dynamic lay ahead. While intense precautions are being made to ensure the health of both teachers and students, we must also take the health of our earth into account and utilize sustainable practices while adopting these new societal norms. 

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DIY Durat Flower Boxes

Southeast sales rep Kristine decided to get creative with Durat in her DIY project.

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Jessica’s DIY Office Transformation

Koskisen DIY Classroom Office Transformation Before After

Quarantine brought the classroom a little closer to home. So I transformed my office into a homeschool haven.

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Want vs. Need: the new design minimalism

We own our own ecosystem right now. Companies have become virtual collections of their individual ecosystems.  We are the sum of our parts.  We are Damon’s kitchen, Kristine’s couch, Maddie’s office, and Rob’s homemade co-working space.  

So too are our customers. These spaces accommodate what we actually are working with.  Designers have room for the samples that WILL be used in their projects, not those they may have a use for someday.

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