10 Black Architects Whose Work Has Shaped America, And Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web. 

Left: Moses McKissack. Right: National Museum of African American History and Culture; images via Tennessean and Getty Images/George Rose (via Architizer)
  • February is Black History Month! Architizer shares a collection of some of America’s most notable black architects over time and those who are still making their mark.
  • As more companies move their corporate real estate portfolios to account for a growing flexible workspace market, Edie shares that a new report suggests that this could help improve staff health and wellbeing while cutting carbon emissions.
  • A Berlin office called ‘Brutalist Silence’ has barely anything inside to help foster creativity. Check out Dezeen’s full profile of the space to learn more.
  • Building Design + Construction shares that there’s money to be made in rehabbing Class B and Class C office buildings, according to a new ULI report.
  • Industry Announcement: We’re planning to attend WORKTECH LA on May 4th – want to join us?⁠ Get more details and an exclusive 20% WDM reader discount here!


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