Neglected schools translate to neglected students, according to a new study in the journal Building and Environment.
The schools of yesteryear, with their rows of desks and stair-stepped lecture halls, simply don't work for the students of today.
Wellness programs not only contribute to the employees' health but to the health of the company overall by reducing healthcare costs.
On 9/11 this year, the New York Chapter of the IIDA held an engaging and lively discussion at the KI New York showroom on the healthcare industry's approach to designing responsibly for unexpected events.
There's a lot of talk about the office of the future. It's fascinating to hear differing opinions all as we move toward a more technologically advanced society.
Deborah Breunig is the Vice President of Healthcare at KI. She is a registered nurse with a MBA and is EDAC certified.
By offering consumer-directed health plans rather than conventional ones, firms can empower their employees to take control of their health - and save billions of dollars.
Since social media has been the top-of-choice lately, we took some time to chat with Aiden McGuire, contract furniture manufacturer KI's public relations and social media "guru" to get some specifics on social media for interior design.
It's been two years now that Shawn Green has been Director of Design and the experience has been "fantastic," to use his word. And, not to pretend to be a design critic, his effect upon product design has been noticeable and favorable.
KI introduces its comprehensive Affina® Collection in space #1181 at the NeoCon® World's Trade Fair 2013
Color choice can influence not only the aesthetics of a healthcare facility, but its integration in the setting also can impact and enhance the care and healing of patients in different age groups.
Conventional furniture is part of the obesity problem, a growing number of scientists now say, but with the right changes it can be part of the solution.
Instead of simply showing off the company's new products, KI will be introducing new ideas -- concepts that get the industry talking and thinking about how to take the new products and use them in different, interesting ways.
I am certainly not the target market for Learn2, but KI's Vice President of Design Shawn Green said I am not alone in finding new uses for products like Learn2.
KI's Jonathan Webb, vice president of business markets, recently discussed the health benefits of standing at work with Jim Bohannon from the nationally syndicated Jim Bohannon Show (3.3 million listeners).
Walls come down at many companies as formal meetings morph into casual huddles, younger workers feel restless tethered to desks.
The Grazie stacking chair from KI aims to relieve some of the aches and pains that come with our modern lifestyle.
Many factors, including changing demographics and student learning patterns, will affect education this year and beyond.
Mike Riley from iPhone + iPad Life Magazine reviews the new Learn2 tablet desk.