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What’s Hot in Hospitality: Five Design Trends for 2021

By Angela D. Wagner With a return to normalcy happening slowly but surely in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the hospitality industry is finally beginning to see an uptick. People are starting to travel again and are feeling more comfortable in public spaces across the board. Our year in quarantine has affected virtually every […]
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CORE’s Guide to Workplace Ergonomics

Ergonomic solutions may also relieve general fatigue and discomfort that can affect a worker’s day-to-day performance.
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Adapting Public Spaces from the Office to the Classroom for COVID-19

For the last few years flexible, multi-use, and open-planned spaces have been all the rage. What these designs have lacked in privacy they have made up for in cooperative productivity. According to a piece in the Houston Chronicle, open and multi-use spaces promote creativity and communication amongst users, which in turn creates a more positive […]
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Home Office Essentials

The three must haves for your home office By Angela D. Wagner Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more people than ever before have been working remotely. Although many have been able to return to their offices, a recent Gallup poll suggests that one-third of Americans are still working from home. A piece from […]
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Trends in Office Furniture and Décor to Watch for in 2020

As we enter 2020, we are not only moving forward into a new year but into many exciting developments in commercial office furnishings and interiors. With shifts in workplace trends such as hot-desking and multiuse spaces to décor changes and advancements in technology, there is a great deal for employees to look forward to. Here […]
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CORE Shares the Love this Holiday Season through Spreading Threads

By Angela D. Wagner The sound of rustling papers, happy chatter, and staplers clicking filled the Wetmore office of CORE (Commercial Office Resource Environments) the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019. Rather than filling orders for office desks, chairs, or educational or medical furniture, the women of CORE and several other volunteers turned into Santa’s […]
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