It’s Time For Interior Designers To Make Climate Change Commitments, and Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of work place news from around the web.

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  • Architects and landscape designers have pledged radical changes in how they work to help combat climate change. Interior designers need to follow suit—now, writes Studio O+A’s Verda Alexander for Fast Company.
  • The Washington Post reviews the video game, Mosaic, a game that imagines a never-ending, terrible work day scenario by addressing the Internet’s erosion of the space between office life and home life to a pernicious degree, caused by the tethering of workers to their smartphones or other similar devices.
  • A number of ultra-exclusive shared workspaces touting themselves as gathering spots and community hubs have sprung up. Glossy shares how they compare.
  • Building Design + Construction shares details about a survey of 1,600 North American workers hints at what workplace elements have the greatest impact.
  • Industry Announcement: iOFFICE has expanded their TEEM! The industry leader in next-generation workplace experience and asset management solutions announced it has acquired Teem as part of a continuing effort to help companies of all sizes create connected workspace experiences that drive enhanced business outcomes.
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