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Corgan
Architecture & Design

How The Pandemic Changed What We Wear to Work—Not Just Where We Work

Remote working may push heels and ties out of our work attire forever. Corgan's Lindsay Wilson weighs in on how this could impact office design.
By Lindsay Wilson
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Commercial Real Estate

Healthcare Design: Adapting to a Socially-Distanced World

Experts from HKS, Corgan, and Leo A Daly give insight about how healthcare facilities are adapting to the pandemic.
Victory Commons
CRE Opinion

Pandemic Shifts Office Design to Focus on Health, Safety

Changes are already being seen across North Texas developments, writes Bill Brokaw of Hillwood.
By Bill Brokaw
workfromhome
CRE Opinion

Understanding The Perceptions and Realities of The Future Workplace

As we approach what is next, industry design experts predict the physical workplace will become even more important as a space for collaboration and connection.
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Commercial Real Estate

Investing in the Future of Work? Follow Population Growth

Velocis Partner David Seifert says even though we don’t know with certainty how people will work in the future, we know they’ll work somewhere.
By David Seifert

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Commercial Real Estate

What is The Future of Work in a Post-Pandemic World? 

Corgan President Lindsay Wilson says there will be a ‘new normal.’ But reducing the office to a singular, binary option, is not it.
By Lindsay Wilson
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Commercial Real Estate

Preparing For Re-Entry: Experts Share Key Strategies For Getting Back to Work

A successful re-opening of office and commercial space is all about preparation, safety, and sense of place.
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Commercial Real Estate

KDC Executive: Trends in Office Design Are Cyclical

Even with the popularity of the open office and its plethora of benefits, there is still a need for “me space," says firm's development SVP Ryan McManigal.
By Ryan McManigal
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Commercial Real Estate

Rethinking Amenities in the Age of the Human Experience

Trends brands and companies should consider when implementing new amenities or enhancing their current offerings.
By Cindy Simpson
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Commercial Real Estate

What Does Your Building Say to Today’s Tenants?

In a competitive office market, it’s more important than ever to make a good first impression.
By Jihane Boury