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How to Design Your Office for the Next 50 Years

Longevity at its finest. Designing for the ever-changing needs of each new generation can be overwhelming, but the office environment has an undeniable impact on employees’ productivity. As a result, building out space to foster new ideas and boost morale should be at the top of employers’ priority list. How do... Read

Collaborative Spaces Promote 21st Century Business Skills

Colleges and universities that offer collaborative classrooms are ahead of the curve.  Some institutions are designing these spaces as core components of their new buildings, while others are remodeling existing classrooms to make them better suited for the next generation of students. Either way – collaboration is the new business model. So,... Read

Why Choose Colors By Clarus?

White is the most popular color in the world of office design. With its crisp, classic look, white is still widely accepted as the neutral and normal workplace color. But what is white, really? Simply a lack of any color at all. Research studies reveal that cladding your offices in white... Read

Promoting Collaboration Through Creative Space Design

Open floor plans are the hottest trend in office and academic building design right now. This architectural style is designed to encourage innovation and teamwork by breaking down traditional barriers and bringing people face-to-face. The University of Chicago’s Mansueto Library with its soaring glass dome is a perfect example of a modern... Read

5 Challenges in Modern Offices and Glide’s Simple Solutions

As the workplace becomes a hub for teamwork and personal interaction, the walls have started coming down to create spaces that are complementary and useful to the team as a whole. That means comfortable, spacious layouts and collaborative hubs in convenient spaces. But space in the modern office comes at a... Read

6 Colors and What They Bring to the Office

Color is bold; it affects everything it touches. It ignites emotions, changes moods, and communicates value – all on a subconscious level. Research shows that color also impacts employees’ productivity and satisfaction within the workplace. Interior designers and other space planning experts spend years learning to harness the power of... Read

Branding Athletic Facilities and Why It Matters

What does your brand say about you? Does the design of your space reflect the pride of your team? For a facility expert, the athletic space functions as the powerhouse of recruitment, the epitome of a brand, and a "holy place" for boosters and fans. Basically, athletic facilities are epic, high-design... Read

Kansas State University Proves Future is Mobile and On-Brand

THE CHALLENGE The design, architecture, and aesthetics of modern college campuses is a crucial factor in the never-ending competition to woo the next generation of students. And when it comes to the high bar set by high school juniors and seniors, Kansas State University not immune to the scrutiny. To train... Read

Clerkenwell Design Week: Clarus Surprises Designers

Clarus is celebrating its first appearance at Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW) since officially opening its London office – and we’re celebrating big. The Clarus team stepped outside the norm to partner with Koleksiyon and donate mobile, writable glassboards to children’s hospitals in the UK during a “go! for Gold” event. Weeks before... Read

Lecture Halls’ future in the Beauty and Durability of Glass

A lot of ink has been spilled regarding the habits of millennials, many of whom are entering the workforce and affecting society in unforeseen ways. But colleges and universities are laser focused on with their even younger cohort, Generation Z – the teenagers and young twenty-somethings filling up lecture halls... Read