Green building, sometimes referred to as sustainable design, is a practice that focuses on improving the efficient use of energy, water and materials during a building’s life. This practice also focuses on reducing the negative impact on human health and the environment. The traditional construction of homes and business adds up to nearly 40 percent of the United States’ overall energy use and 68 percent of the country’s total electricity consumption. A third of the country’s landfill waste comes from buildings in the US and 38 percent of the carbon dioxide emissions are a result of standard building practices. The infographic below illustrates how several architectural changes can positively influence the long-term effects of a building.   Building a Sustainable Future Infographic

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Offices have changed dramatically from the beige-and-fluorescent nightmares of the 1980s. Inspired by new technology and an emphasis on creating cultures of transparency, companies are rethinking the form and functionality of workspaces. The goal is to create an office where employees feel empowered to do their best work, rather than simply punching the clock in a soul-sucking 9-to-5. The following infographic takes us back 30 years to highlight the stark contrast between offices in 1986 and the offices of today.

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The word “office” has a naturally negative connotation due to what goes on inside of one. Work is something that someone is obligated to partake in, not something that they choose to do. But as the global economy continues to recover from The Great Recession, a pattern has begun to emerge: companies are—more and more—catering to their employees’ wants and needs. The age of harsh taskmasters demanding long hours and reminding workers how lucky they are is on the way out, instead replaced with bosses who more closely resemble work buddies than supervisors. As this trend continues to catch on, more companies are finding unique ways to attract talented people to their company. Aside from upgraded benefits packages, these businesses are realizing that creating a healthy work environment can not only attract the workers they want, but help these workers to be as effective as they can possibly be.

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Gone are the days of office spaces with countless cubicles and the strict clock in clock out of that 9 – 5 life. Modern offices are greatly taking employee happiness into consideration with the design of their office spaces. The average American worker is now enjoying flexibility in almost all aspects of their office life. From creating wide open floor plans and offering alternatives to sitting, the ideal office has truly evolved. It doesn’t just stop at open floor plans and treadmill desks! The flexibility extends to vacation days, providing healthy food options and opportunities to socialize with one another. This infographic details the benefits of modern office culture and how providing a little bit of the right kind of space can increase productivity and employee happiness.

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In the technological world we live in, privacy is rare. At the same time when we think of glass, we imagine a material with translucent properties and limited privacy. With LCD glass, you can have it all. This technology-driven glass wall utilizes Liquid Crystal Display technology to provide privacy at the click of a switch. This system, also known as “Smart Glass,” is a cutting edge solution for the interior environment. The primary component to this solution is the intelligent glass and corresponding electric current. This provides a multi layered approach, compressing Electrified Privacy Film within a clear adhesive and glass shell at each end. This electrified privacy film uses approximately 3.5 Watts per square meter (0 Watts in Privacy). With our installation, we provide a 1’’ simplistic aluminum head and base as standard, along with choice of stainless steel, or timber tracking. Once installed, LCD glass can go from private to translucent in 1 millisecond.

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When activated, Lunar Liquid Crystal Display provides a visual light transmission rating of 70%. Liquid Crystal Display is ideal for isolating rooms and spaces. Available applications include offices, conference rooms, showrooms, exteriors and storefronts. With a click of a switch, the inner workings of any space will be shielded to the naked eye, providing heightened security and aesthetic value. LCD glass preserves a seamless design, using a Translucent “H” in between modules. Optional colors and graphics are available to create a customized aesthetic within your environment and design.Read More