Living Walls


A living wall can be as small as 5 sq. ft. or as large as an entire atrium. The smaller versions are easily mounted on existing wall surfaces and usually take the form of a box system, i.e. modules of plant boxes arranged next to each other in a row.

Best-Kept Secret: LEVEL ®


While acceptance has already been recognized by client procurement teams and the green building movement, level ® is, unfortunately, still a best-kept secret and relatively unknown in the architectural and interior design communities.

Lighting the Workplace


From a technical and design standpoint, the widespread introduction of LEDs into office settings provides long-awaited alternatives to standard fluorescent and incandescent lights.

iPad Furniture Finds to Turn Heads


This month, instead of sharing my latest finds in the app store, I thought WDM readers may like to see just how much impact new technology like the iPad is having — specifically in terms of the workplace and office furniture design.

First up, let’s kick the kiosk up a notch. Traditionally associated with retail demonstration environments, the kiosk has taken on a new sleek and minimal appearance, occupying even less valuable real estate than ever before.