Coworking spaces shouldn’t be a playground for kids And Other Industry News

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

The lobby of Fosbury & Son’s Amsterdam branch inside a 19th-century hospital. Image via Dezeen.
  • Coworking office Fosbury & Sons has opened a series of hubs across the Belgian cities of Antwerp and Brussel in recent years. In an interview with Dezeen, the founders explain how they aim to create shared workplaces that move away from bean bags and ping-pong tables to offer a more “grown-up” take.
  • HR Dive reports that employees’ top office wishes are windows and quiet spaces.
  • A better work-life balance, customized work environment and strong community ties are some of the major reasons why People Matters believes coworking is fast emerging as a productive choice.
  • Enterprise Talk shares how collaborative technologies will change the face of coworking in 2020.
  • Wellbeing: Why do we continue to value engineer something so priceless? Mix Interiors shares more about this conversation from their recent Mix Roundtable panel event.
  • Industry Announcement: Innovative Office Products, parent company to HAT Contract, announced that it has acquired SiS Ergo, a manufacturer of ergonomic electric and non-electric height adjustable tables and accessory products for a broad range of workplace needs.
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