SHP Hires Noted Strategic Workplace Design Expert, Brady Mick, to Lead Corporate Design Practice 06.05.18

…of interpersonal relationships and ongoing learning. That’s why workplace design is so important: by its very nature, it is a catalyst for the positive individual experiences of people creating business…

Unspoken Trends in Workplace Design 08.18.17

Dive into any writings or research on the trends affecting workplace design and you’re bound to come across a handful of recurring themes: advancements in and integration of new technologies,…

What Does Your Workplace Design Say About Your Company Culture? 04.28.20

…At SHP, we believe that your workplace design can, and should, reinforce the behaviors that reflect — and sustain — your culture. Culture: It’s Alive Much of what most company…

SHPodcast: 2021 Workplace Design Takeaways 12.20.21

On Friday, December 10, SHP vice president of architecture, Jeffrey Sackenheim, was a featured speaker for the UC Real Estate Center’s December Roundtable Series “Return to the Office: How does…

Well Design at Work 06.28.18

…for relationship well-being. 3. Psychologically well: Mental fortitude and reasoning ability; The Mind. This is an area of great fascination involving workplace design. How do we, in what we design…

The Future of Workplace Learning 11.22.17

…also been linked to workplace design, and it’s been suggested that workplace design can have an impact on the attractiveness of employers to potential job candidates. Likewise, professional development opportunities…

Thinking Beyond COVID-19, Part Four: Design & Experiential Innovation 07.16.20

…for instance, of electric light.) Of course, most innovations are less pervasive and more iterative, resulting in evolutionary versus revolutionary change. (Say, the latest smartphone variation.) Before COVID-19, workplace design

What the Debate Between Open and Closed Offices Gets Wrong 08.29.18

…this presents a world where one day red wine is both panacea and fountain of youth, and another day it’s the harbinger of cancer and death. In the workplace design

The Future of Work and the Long-Awaited Return to the Office 01.06.21

…tackle. Brady Mick (BM): To build on Jeffrey’s point, I think it’s fair to say that workplace design and strategy was pretty low on everyone’s radar. In most workplaces, people…