Tag: Interior Design

The Post- COVID-19 Workplace

COVID-19 Design Awareness Over the last couple of months, we have all adjusted to the ‘new normal’ or working from our home ‘offices’.  If you’re anything like me though you’re itching to get back to real life because you really miss your desk, and your task chair, and your work family!   But what does the […]

Written by on May 12, 2020

14 days | 336 hours | 20,160 minutes

I (very) recently started at N.K. BHANDARI, Architecture & Engineering, P.C. as a Senior Interior Designer. I was just getting acclimated to my new company, my new colleagues and my new routine when the COVID-19 pandemic swiftly and drastically changed the way we work. Within 14 days, 336 hours, 20,160 minutes, I went from working […]

Written by on April 24, 2020

Opinion: Unisex Restrooms?

Often times we don’t stop to think about how shifts in societal norms can affect the architecture of the buildings we live, work and play in.  A great example of this is a design challenge recently posed to us by an educational client to create the first multi-occupant, unisex restroom on their campus.  As seen […]

Written by on October 18, 2018

Fall into Design

Last week, NKB Interior Designers Allison Towles and Lauren Zacher had the opportunity to engage in continuing education and industry connection at the American Society of Interior Designers – New York Upstate / Canada East (@ASIDNYUCE ) event Fall Into Design.  This year’s event was held in Syracuse’s Armory Square and the CEU topics included the […]

Written by on September 27, 2018

Pardon Our Dust!

We have all experienced it, you look at the place you live and realize it just isn’t working for you anymore. The layout isn’t conducive to the way you process, you don’t have enough room for yourself, this other room you never use has excess space, and really it all just needs a face lift. Well N.K. […]

Written by on October 14, 2016