We're thrilled to announce our first ever Bureau pop up experience in partnership with Baron Fig. Stop by our NoMad showroom from April 26th through May 5th to experience the entire lines of Bureau furniture and Baron Fig notebooks, pens and more!
We surveyed landlords and brokers to find out how technology is changing the game in commercial real estate. Here's what we learned.
An inspiring view can contribute to your company's most fundamental asset—culture. We curated a selection of beautiful office views from around the world, along with insights on how they shape key aspects of office culture.
The Bureau team spoke with Peter Johnson, Associate in the Global Brokerage group at Avison Young, to get a broker's eye view of the most important trends influencing tenant decision-making--and how brokers and landlords are adapting.
To the unacquainted, productivity systems can seem a bit like joining a cult: Pomodoro, Kanban, Eating Live Frogs, Biological Prime Time, Don’t Break the Chain. Here's our take on how to pick the right method for you.
Although scaling an organization spread across different cities, states and countries can seem daunting, building an effective remote team can actually position businesses to better address the challenges of growth. Here's how.
Culture is the only long-term competitive advantage an organization can bring to bear, and one of the most powerful ways to cultivate culture is building it—literally—into your workplace.
The convenience of expendable furniture comes at a significant cost: we’re throwing out more of it than ever before, with an environmental impact that is startlingly large yet largely invisible.
Whether you team is ten or a thousand people, we’ve broken the typical office move into five phases to keep you organized, and listed key questions and the best tools in 2019 to help you pull off a seamless office move.
The Bureau team caught up with Tony Bacigalupo, who founded Manhattan's very first co-working space in 2008. Here's his take on the past, present, and future of co-working.
By tracking how the office chair evolved with the changing nature of work, we can better understand how we ended up sitting on kinetic sculptures of mesh and metal today, and where the office chair might go next.
Office furniture — complicated, slow, bulky, and maddeningly expensive office furniture — hasn't changed for the past hundred years. We started Bureau to fix it.