Watch the Video Playlist: Watch on YouTube Now that many industries have spent several months working from home, business leaders have new questions about office needs and design. Do we even need a physical office anymore? Should we transition from an open office plan back to cubicles or walled offices? What changes can […]
About Eddie Layton
Legos are to thank for first inspiring Eddie to become an architect! Now in his professional life, he views architecture as a way to make a rather large impact on our communities by creating the spaces where people live, work, learn, and play. It’s an opportunity to always leave things in a better way than he found them for our Owners and the end users, whether that is a new school that allows students to learn more effectively or a new office space that improves productivity. If a project is simply aesthetically beautiful but doesn’t function as intended, Eddie sees that project as a failure.
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Like mentioned in my previous blog, co-working spaces are becoming increasingly popular in the United States. Although Europe has been ahead of the game when it comes to fostering a healthy work environment for individuals who don’t work a standard in-office, 9-to-5 type of job, the United States is in no way behind in terms […]
The concept of co-working spaces originally started on the West Coast in the mid-2000’s, driven by tech-focused start-ups. Breaking through the traditional, cubicle, 9-5 mindset has started to spread geographically and across industries. We now see a wide variety of professionals sitting alongside the traditional coders, web developers, and freelance designers within a co-working space. […]
It is true in many of life’s situations, it is often wise to plan for more than you may need. Take pizza for example. You may plan to have five friends join you for dinner, or you may end up having ten friends show up. It’s best to order enough for ten people and have […]
Since the beginning of social civilization, people have held meetings in some form or another. One could argue the first “meetings” were held around a campfire, discussing a tribes’ plans for the next season and where they would move. Over time, as humans settled and formed cities, these meetings moved into a room. The technological […]