The late Johnny Nash wrote and sung the words, "I can see clearly now. The rain is gone." Most of us can agree that 2020 has been a somewhat surprising and difficult year. With many workers having spent time at home, it's important to make sure the offices they return to in 2021 will feel comfortable and highly functional. If you're looking for ways to remake your office space or customer-facing area with style, high performance glass walls and boards will add a touch of sophistication, while creating improved communication and reflective brightness for everyone to enjoy.Read More
Do you ever wonder how teachers would design the classroom of their dreams, if given the opportunity? We did! That’s why we interviewed gifted, passionate teachers to ask what’s on their wish list. We took their answers to educational designers Sylvia Kowalk and Robin Randall of Legat Architects so they could work their magic and render the dream classrooms. Using the Compass line by MooreCo, Sylvia and Robin created ideal STEM spaces and displayed their render-to-reality presentation during the fourth session of Thrive Together: Creating the Classrooms of Tomorrow webinar. Click here to watch the session!Read More
As the clock ticks down the minutes until school start dates around the country, plans are starting to take shape for how our nation’s students will learn and play at the start of the school year. In a truly unprecedented time brought on by COVID-19, learning will be different this year as communities work with ideas for how to reduce the transmission of the virus once schools start.Read More
As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in several states across the nation, the question remains for how to safely reopen schools in fall. School districts, designers, and healthcare experts are working together to find solutions to reassure parents and help protect communities from increased spread of the virus.Read More
The Six C’s for a Safe Back-to-School SeasonRead More
No one likes to wait a long time for shipments and deliveries. In this time of new routines and changing schedules, Americans are more in need than ever of high-quality products and speedy service.
As schools make decisions for how to proceed with the upcoming school year, they’ll need the reliability of great customer service and quick shipments to outfit learning environments in time for new students.
This week, MooreCo launched our Quick Ship program, complete with full classroom environments to suit your every need. With some of the fastest lead times in our industry, you can rest easy knowing you're getting the best furniture right in time for back-to-school. Here are just a few benefits of quick ship furniture and what you can expect if you order now from MooreCo.Read More
On April 24th, MooreCo put out a blog post about on how experts were predicting this year’s back-to-school season would differ from previous years because of Covid-19. As information continues to emerge about how the virus spreads and affects various populations, including children, we continue to stay on the heels of what to expect going forward.Read More
Collaboration at Distance: The Best Tools to Help Your Team Work Remotely
All around the world, remote work is the new norm. People all over the globe are sheltering in place to prevent the spread of the #Coronavirus, and companies will require new ways to keep the work going. It has become apparent that the economy of the future will be led by resilient companies whose workforce can collaborate productively from home, or anywhere.
Many industries are enabled to work remotely, soon every industry will have to follow suit, those who resist will get left behind. Even healthcare is rapidly adjusting to the era of the Covid crisis, with the growing need for telehealth.Read More
Whether at Work or School, Design to Activate a Hungry Mind
From antibiotics and the printing press to electric lights and the internet, many of the world’s breakthrough discoveries and inventions share one thing in common: They were the result of curiosity.
Curiosity makes us eager to learn and to solve problems. It’s a special spark that seeks out new knowledge and the desire to learn how things work.