Steelcase
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Steelcase
May 24, 2012
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Steelcase_01 Steelcase_01 Employees use Steelcase's MediaScape for video conferencing. 

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Steelcase_02 Steelcase_02 On a redesigned Steelcase office floor, employees without assigned desks can choose where to work depending on work style, the task at hand, or time of day.

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Steelcase_03 Steelcase_03 The newly renovated interiors of Steelcase's corporate headquarters are open and flexible, with multiple seating arrangements. 

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Steelcase_04 Steelcase_04 Options range from comfortable sofas and booths to more traditional meeting spaces, and desks that can be adjusted for seated or standing positions. 

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Steelcase_05 Steelcase_05 Employees use Steelcase's MediaScape for video conferencing. 

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Steelcase_06 Steelcase_06 Shimoda's design for the cafeteria includes a number of food stations organized by cuisine.

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Steelcase_07 Steelcase_07 The temperature of cove fixtures throughout the Work Café is consistent with natural light, brightening the lower-level space.

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Steelcase_08 Steelcase_08 Just outside the Work Café, a terrace allows employees to relax outdoors in varied seating arrangements. 

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Steelcase_09 Steelcase_09 In the Work Café, columns are wrapped in mirror-like stainless steel and etched with Steelcase's many design patents, allowing employees to consider their efforts in relation to the products. 

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Steelcase_10 Steelcase_10 The designers imagined the walnut staircase and canopy as a stint that increases flow. "The idea of the stint really resonated because it opened up this artery into the main atrium space," explains designer Susan Chang.

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