Science of Space

Employees today want more flexibility, autonomy, and the ability to choose when and where they work. Learn how activity-based working can help employees and employers

The world’s most successful companies are incorporating indoor plants, vertical gardens, and courtyard landscaping into their office designs

Outdoor spaces can help employees recharge and get inspired—and lead to increased productivity, creativity, and morale

Virtual tours let people experience a space without having to travel to it—here’s a look at how we produce them

Beyond functioning as beautiful decor, these nine works of art create a sense of connection to the local community

In WeWork locations around the world, wallpaper turns mundane moments into something worth thinking about

Providing employees a diversity of space types that match their work style can set the stage for higher productivity, morale, and retention

These high-design staircases aren’t just beautiful—they also promote workplace connections and camaraderie

Employees perform at their best when companies empower them to work when, where, and how they want to

Technology helps WeWork design spaces more attuned to people’s needs

Researchers find that ‘neighborhoods’ help both WeLive residents and WeWork members form closer relationships

Better, faster, stronger: Here’s why the most successful companies avoid status quo office space when focusing on innovation

At any WeWork location in the world, you’ll find these features intentionally designed to help people do their best work

There’s a science behind creating the ideal ‘vibe’ in a workspace—and design plays a big role

Here’s why optimizing efficiency in the workplace of today goes hand-in-hand with measuring the employee experience

In 2019, the slew of science, startups, and status-symbolism attached to them have made it impossible to ignore the benefits (or ease) of placing some plants in your office

Before you hire a pro, think like a pro—with these insider tips from WeWork’s Daniel Hallett

Successful office spaces mirror their workers—adaptive, intuitive, and always changing