Gone are the days of long wooden conference tables and black leather chairs. Today, companies and employees are looking for furniture that is comfortable and evokes a feeling of home, according to Blake Zalcberg, president of Holly Springs-based OFM, an office furniture maker.“What we are seeing is a homier feel to workplace spaces,” said Zalcberg.
Around Exit 35 on Interstate 66 westbound, the landscape opens up. Ahead are the Blue Ridge Mountains, and lining the highway are green hills. By Exit 6, the ambiance is pure country. That’s the exit and the setting for the 900-acre Trilogy at Lake Frederick, in Frederick County, Va., a community of single-family houses, for adults Read more about The Washington Post: A Pleasant Spot for the Retirement Set to Live in the Shenandoah Valley[…]
When videogames first became popular in the 1980s, the typical teen-aged player sat on the floor near the TV to play after school, often because the cords for controllers didn’t stretch far enough to reach the couch. These days, serious gamers are many times adults who game on a computer or a console, all while Read more about LinkedIn: Why It’s Time to Get Serious About Ergonomic Furniture for Gamers[…]