The Architecture Industry on Workplace Design and Returning to the Office

How are you preparing to return to work? This article explores different solutions that include groups with a “club” like atmosphere to limit exposure to everyone in the office, still mixing working from home and coming together as or when More

How Are You Adapting to Survive?

I have a folder on my desktop called “Covid Design.” Never did I imagine having a collection of articles covering the future of commercial design, work place information and a virus on my computer. Over the past four months I have More


As we continue to learn more about Covid-19 and how businesses will move forward to create their “new normal” in the office, Cushman & Wakefield has jumped in to doing research and has published great resources and suggestions for businesses More

Here For You

The last three months couldn’t have been predicted in anyone’s crystal ball. January and February were great for everyone I spoke to. We were all patting ourselves on the back saying, “what a great year 2020 will be.” I was settling in to More

Refreshing a Denver Icon: Independence Plaza

“A Wall Street Journal real estate column late last year declared that office building lobbies for the last century “served as little more than sterile passageways between the sidewalk and the desks above …” A small dose of urban hyperbole, More

Best Practices For Buying New Office Furniture.

An article written by Meredith Gershberg, “Best Practices For Buying New Office Furniture,” is featured in the newest CREJ Building Dialogue. Featured product: Vero Table with Chirp Barstools from Arcadia and Encore, Pods from Boss Design and Ziva Lounge from JSI.

Free-Addressing In The Workplace

It’s Monday morning and you have just arrived at your office after a wonderful weekend. After catching up with a few co-workers you are ready to start tackling the day’s tasks, but first… you have to find a place to More

Biophilic Design

Kim Hoff, Design Director at Kieding recently wrote about Biophilic Design for CREJ’s March 2018 publication. What is Biophilic Design? Biophilia is defined as the inherent human inclination to affiliate with nature. Biophilic design, an extension of biophilia, incorporates natural materials, natural More

Designing A Space Worthy of Your Company’s Potential

The word culture is being thrown around like collaboration was several years ago.  Can a company even verbalize what their culture is? What steps are leaders taking support this and ensure their company is a place people want to work More

Guest Appearance on Higher Results with Melodie Reagan

Higher Results with Melodie Reagan invited Design Resource Group’s Meredith Gershberg and Tanner Mason, managing partner of Benchmark Commercial to their live broadcast in May of 2018. Topics covered started with the basics, “Thinking about finding an office or moving More