March 2 marks an extraordinarily special day for us as we are celebrating 20 years of our CEO & Owner, Denny Sponsel, owning RJE! A lot has changed in the last 20 years, so we are asking a handful of RJE lifers to tell us about what life in the workplace solutions industry was like back at the turn of the millennium.
Welcome to the 4th installment of The More You Know – a series where we go step by step through our furniture project process and give full insight into how we transform workspaces around the country. We are nearing project completion when we reach installation, which is often the most exciting stage for our valued clients. Click here to see how RJE handles installation and punch!
Valentine’s Day is upon us (heads up, significant others!), so the RJE showrooms are swimming with flowers, conversation hearts and “guess what flavor this one is” boxes of chocolate. It may just be that time of year, but we’re feeling particularly inspired by products with a little romance thrown in. Click here to see our top ten favorite instances of heartfelt design.
Interior construction veteran, RJE, is pleased to announce a new and exciting partnership with Falkbuilt to bring Digital Component Construction to the Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville markets and the surrounding areas.
‘Tis the season for giving & we are celebrating RJE’s culture of giving back and the incredible work that our employees have done in support of our communities for 2019. Click here to read our 2019 philanthropy synopsis to see how our team members and their families are changing lives across the Midwest, one neighborhood at a time.
Over the last few years, our industry has been inundated with new trends and data on which workplace concept is the most conducive to productivity. After the “open concept” gained traction, organizations tore down the cubicle walls and created fully open, collaborative environments. This worked well for awhile, until it became very clear that private spaces within a workplace are crucial as well. So what do we do?
2019 marks 100 years since the founding of Bauhaus – a revolutionary German art and design school that laid the foundation for Knoll to become the leader in American Modernism. In celebration of the movement’s 100th birthday, here are five Knoll pieces that are iconic to the movement.