Workspace design for Minnesota Board of Cosmetology

To make the most of your office footprint, create spaces that can be utilized in more than one way and work to get the relationships right between each of the different spaces.

Interior Design as Business Therapy

The title on my business card and the sign above the door say that I am a commercial interior designer, and this is certainly true. Some days, however, I am as much of a therapist as a designer.

With more massive growth projected over the coming years, PowerObjects turned to PlanForce Group to design a new 20,000 square foot office space on the eighth floor of the TractorWorks building in Minneapolis’ North Loop.

Rendering of Case Building renovation

Come tour the Case Building in St. Paul to get a firsthand glimpse of the historic warehouse before the transformation begins.

ADA Survey Results Image

What should building owners be aware of, either before they get an ADA-related lawsuit, or in the unfortunate case where they do?

The 2017 MNCAR Industrial Deal of the Year was awarded to the new My Pillow manufacturing facility in Shakopee, MN. Last year, the company realized the need to consolidate and expand several divisions. My Pillow had been operating out of five buildings in Shakopee, but it wanted to move 50,000 square feet of pillow production,…

The right workspace graphics can help improve worker performance

Historically, most offices have been decorated with art chosen to match the aesthetic tastes of the company owner. While some of this art was good and made the office a pleasant place to work, much of it could most charitably be described as “inoffensive.” Regardless of the quality, however, recent advances in behavioral science show…

PlanForce designers and technicians examine architectural drawings

Steve Jobs famously said that design is “not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” I was reminded of that quote recently when faced with a sticky tenant improvement challenge in an office build-out. The big challenge was that the current classification of the building would make it prohibitively…

Office interior design rendering created with Building Information Management (BIM) system

Over the past several years, the architecture and commercial interiors industry has been making a shift from using traditional, two-dimensional CAD systems to three-dimensional Building Information Management (BIM) systems like Revit. Most clients view the major benefit of this change in the ability to really start seeing the space and how it’s developing. With a…

  With more than 30 years in the commercial architecture and interiors business, we’ve pretty much done it all at PlanForce. From healthcare and restaurants to hospitality, retail, and corporate offices, we have a depth of experience that can’t be ignored. But which projects are our favorites, and what makes them so special? Hint: it…

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