Fail Quick with Cardboard: The Evolution of Office Design

It’s a very interesting time to be designing for the workplace. A couple of years ago, it might have felt like a luxury to get a custom piece of furniture. But the pandemic was the great equalizer. We had the shared experience of working from home and seeing what the future of the workplace could be. Today, we’ve become used to doing laundry at lunch or picking up our kids, and everybody wants a work-life balance. A nine-to-five schedule and five days in the office  is now antiquated.   With a workplace in flux, no one has defined what it should or will be. This means customizing an office is not a luxury anymore. It’s more of a necessity, because flexibility is the name of the game. I find that clients are more in tune with our suggestions and offerings since we’re one of the few companies that can be …