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Haworth, Inc.
Haworth Inc. is a global leader in the design and manufacture of furniture, interior architecture and technology solutions.
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Haworth, Inc. Jan 15
You’ve heard sitting is the new smoking. But standing all day isn’t healthy either. Find out why our corporate ergonomist suggests you should vary your postures to promote well-being at work.
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Haworth, Inc. Jan 3
What were the hottest workplace topics from 2018? Here's your recap!
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Haworth, Inc. Dec 27
What are all these gadgets doing? The "Internet of Things" and how technology trends are affecting the workplace.
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Haworth, Inc. Dec 19
Does your company have a water cooler space? Here's 5 reasons why your company needs one:
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Haworth, Inc. Dec 12
Spend 24 hours with Giulio Cappellini, world renowned designer and sought after art director for many design brands. Read more:
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Haworth, Inc. Dec 7
Luminaire, Haworth's retail partner, opens a new showroom in the Los Angeles area. The stores are staffed by design school graduates and resident interior architects and will host regular lectures and exhibitions. Read more:
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Haworth, Inc. Dec 6
Replying to @cmovablewalls_
Thank you for reaching out and expressing an interest in working with us. While we're not actively seeking a UK wall partition partner at this time, we will keep you in mind should something change in the future.
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Haworth, Inc. Dec 4
The designer of our iconic Tulip Chair and also described by the New York Times as, "The Lady Gaga of design word," Marcel Wanders was inducted into Interior Design Magazine's Hall of Fame. Read more:
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Haworth, Inc. Dec 3
Hi Jennifer - Yes, the shell is made out of nylon plastic.
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Haworth, Inc. Nov 27
“The building has inspired a sense of collaboration around the building. The walls and silos have come down faster than anything I have seen in my 21 years.” – Steve Desloge, Watlow, CFO. Read more on the Watlow transformation:
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Haworth, Inc. Nov 19
Why social spaces? FastCo is cited in this article as saying, "It's casually interacting with our colleagues that makes us happiest at work." Find out more:
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Haworth, Inc. Nov 12
How can you foster human connection at work? Through well-designed social spaces of course! Watch how Haworth helped Convene make this happen at one of their locations in NYC! More information:
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Haworth, Inc. Nov 8
This year Orgatec, the leading international trade show for the modern working world, challenged exhibitors to provide their take on culture@work. See how Haworth responded in our latest article and take the virtual tour:
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Haworth, Inc. Nov 2
Can design really support a culture change? Haworth + design partners helped EPM transform their HQ to a more people-centric environment with variety and choice to better support interaction, collaboration, and connectivity. Read the case study:
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Haworth, Inc. Oct 25
Learn how one company created a "developmental culture," supporting well-being as well as personal and team goals.
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Haworth, Inc. Oct 19
Millennials want more social experiences with co-workers. Enter the "Vibe Manager" – the hottest new job in real estate:
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Haworth, Inc. Oct 11
If human capital is your most important asset, then shouldn't well-being be part of your organizational strategy? Read this article for 3 tactics that can help.
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Haworth, Inc. Oct 5
Should your company develop a coworking space? It's called "corpoworking" and its producing positive results like cultural changes, innovation and future proofing.
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Haworth, Inc. Oct 3
Would you like us to put you in touch with one of our reps that can help you?
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Laufen Bathrooms Oct 2
Bathroom design from Roberto+Ludovica Palomba, Konstantin Grcic, Toan Nuguyen, Peter Wirz and Patricia Urquiola at the Stand number 10_026
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