JCJ Architecture Discusses “Best Places to Work” with NPR's Colin McEnroe Show / by Craig Moreau

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Alexandra Lopatynsky, architect and interior designer, discussed our changing understanding of the workplace with Hartford NPR’s Colin McEnroe Show. Architects now have to design spaces with different generations and technologies in mind, but Alex notes that helping clients figure out what their employees really need during the planning process promotes greater employee productivity and, ultimately, success for the company. Highlights of the broadcast include the importance of creating flexible environments for both individual and collaborative work as well as incorporating new technologies to become more effective and mobile.

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