We recently met with Shannon and Kyle Gaffney at SkB Architects and they brought up a good point, health opinions regarding eggs are constantly changing (keep reading… this is going somewhere). It seems like every month we hear a different health view regarding egg yolks – good cholesterol, bad cholesterol, which is it?!

Similarly we’ve seen this trend in office space, as private offices become less of a status symbol and companies tear down their cubicle walls. However, the result can make private conversations and trying to hear yourself think pretty unbearable.

To solve this issue companies are starting to add small meeting rooms and phone rooms, which allow for private conversations and team collaboration, but still keep people together. Similarly, Seattle building owners are thinking about this in their lobbies and adding in lounge and retail space to fill this need.  Check out what these Seattle tenants and owners are doing…