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Author: Contract Furnishings

Did you always have an eye for design? Growing up in Michigan, I would tour the mansions in Detroit with my mom. Home magazines like Sunset and different architecture magazines were always laying around the house. When I went to Michigan State University, I started out...

The Problem BIO-TECHNE Denver creates tools and programs that accelerate medical and life science research. A Fortune 500 Company, BIO-TECHNE focuses on continually monitoring scientific trends in order to anticipate their clients’ future needs. While the company rapidly grew and expanded, it lost sight of a...

How did you start working with office furniture? I started working at my first dealership in the 1970s as a file clerk. Within six months, I became the showroom assistant and soon after, floor manager. That’s when I fell in love with furniture and design. Every...

How did you get into designing office spaces? I grew up in a design-focused family where everyone had an eye for design. My father and grandfather were home remodelers. I have always loved design. From the time I was in my early teens, I would help...

Whether for remodeling an entire building or simply refreshing the lobby, most companies buy new furniture about every 10 years. In an effort to attract and retain tenants or satisfy employees, facility managers often are under pressure to incorporate the latest workplace trends and curate...

Describe your day-to-day as Operations Manager of Contract Furnishings. My days are never the same because my job is so varied. In addition to running our facilities, I take care of inventory, shipping and receiving, and manage most of the installations, onsite reconfigures and basic handyman...

What is most important to you when working with a client? Communication is key. Whether I am working with a client who has never furnished an office before and doesn’t know what to expect or I’m working with a facility manager who knows about all of...

Christopher talks to Bisnow's Margaret Jackson. “The impact of art in the workplace is underestimated. The benefits are tangible. Color can elevate mood, and art can provide talking points. It creates opportunities for story sharing and employee and client engagement.” Read more at Bisnow....