2020 Office Customer Spotlight: Ann Sullivan from drb Business Interiors

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2020 Customer SpotlightAnn Sullivan, winner of the 2020 Office Inspiration Awards, has over 15 years’ experience in commercial and residential product selection, specification writing, contract design, retail design and custom furniture. In the last 7 years, she has worked solely in the commercial contract furniture industry and has an in-depth understanding of …

2020 Office Customer Spotlight: Amanda George from Safco Products

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2020 Customer SpotlightAmanda George, winner of the 2020 Office Inspiration awards, is a recent graduate from the Industrial Design program at University of Wisconsin Stout (2017). She started working for Safco as a space design specialist because it was a design-oriented career with the possibility of working in product design …

2020 Office Customer Spotlight: Bill McCourt from The City Desk Company

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2020 Customer SpotlightAfter many years of working in the food service business as a pastry chef, Bill McCourt, winner of the 2020 Office Inspiration Awards, decided to go back to school for a degree in interior design and a certificate in architectural technologies. Bill then started in the contract furnishings …

2020 Office Customer Spotlight: Jennifer Ballantyne from Concept3 Business Interiors

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2020 Customer SpotlightJennifer Ballantyne, the winner of the 2020 Office Inspiration Awards in the Flexible Spaces category, first dipped her toes into this world in 2008 when she was doing furniture sales. She started using 2020 Giza to do small space planning designs to go along with her quotes. Jennifer found this to be her favorite part of the job. In 2009, Jennifer saw a job …

An Interview with Office Designer Lucynda Slattery

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“I have always been an advocate for unconventional workspaces as well as recharge spaces. As much as work is work, it’s also where we spend so much of our time and we should at least have the option to move around, relax and work in a comfortable environment.”Lucynda SlatteryWhat inspired you to become an …