Numerous communities across the U.S. continue to be impacted by the coronavirus. From restaurant and school closures to shelter in place orders, there are numerous restrictions that severely impact the way that the average American lives. During these dark and strange times, unlikely heroes have emerged. This includes public libraries. Read More
Do you struggle with balancing independent and collaborative workspace in your coworking office? You’re not alone. This is a common challenge experienced by many coworking office owners. Fortunately, there’s a solution. With custom office furniture, you can easily achieve the perfect balance. Read More
Are you looking for ways to educate your learners on the importance of sustainability? Libraries and schools are our society’s primary means of educating the next generation and preparing them for the future. But all too often the topic of sustainability is kept out of the classroom. Sustainable furniture can help libraries and schools teach youth about the importance of environmental protection and sustainable living. Read More
Are you concerned about how the coronavirus will impact your coworking space? You’re not alone. As more and more offices begin to open back up, coworking space owners are searching for solutions to keep their tenants safe and healthy. One of the main challenges involved in this is making collaboration possible while still practicing good health protocols. Read More
The CDC recommends social distancing as a strategy to prevent and slow the spread of the coronavirus. But what exactly does this mean for community gathering spaces like libraries?Read More
Sitting all day long at the office is good for no one. And we’re all guilty of it, at least occasionally. You get really into what you’re working on and stay fixated for hours in the same place and position. And meanwhile, your body is dying for a break.
Libraries are essential to the community. They provide information, education, resources, access to technology, and space where people can gather. But the coronavirus has caused libraries to change how they operate. Here’s how.