Offices find an unlikely and dynamic home in Brooklyn's Industry City
The office takes its design inspiration from New York and Tokyo, two cities ripe with movement and individuality
Steelcase and Susan Cain have teamed up to create five office spaces designed for and with introverts in mind.
Digital music service is supporting local artists by using them to design and create their interiors.
Peek into the offices where the top thought leaders gain their ideas in LinkedIn's new photo series.
The search giant uses local inspiration to makeover its offices, with Union Flags in reception, rooftop gardens, a "granny flat" area, and allotments.
The mega brand was forced to limit their employee access to certain online entertainment sites because of lack of productivity while at work.
However natural they seem to anyone born in the 20th century, cities are arbitrary constructions. They are predicated on the idea that humans must congregate and co-locate. But this idea is contingent. A "face to face" connection matters only when there is no digital alternative.