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Data will lead to “Better Building”

  At CrowdComfort, we’re huge fans of data. The more, the better; give us 100,000 pieces of input, and we’ll show you a trend that’s sure to have an impact on your business. So, it might come as no surprise that we got a bit sad last week while considering how few data streams architects […]

The “Invisible Office” is the “Comfy Office”

  For better or worse, the buildings in which we work tend to be among the most important structures of our lives. Here, we’ll channel creativity, perseverance, and passion into our lives’ callings. And, here, we’ll make some of our closest friends, share many of our most memorable moments, and—quite likely—whittle away long, mundane hours. […]

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The Current “CMS Culture”

  Last week, we talked about the attributes of a good CMS platform. We know that CMS has the potential to streamline content, and organize a company’s message in a variety of ways. A powerful tool, and great way to structure your voice, we need to ask ourselves this: how much is CMS worth? How much […]

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Stagnant Feedback equals Stagnant Thought in Architecture

  We have a tremendous admiration for architects—the men and women who literally design comfort, usefulness, and beauty into the buildings we use every day. Their form of creation is raw and tethered only to the constraints of materials, budgets, and their imagination. Good architecture can change everything about a business; bad architecture can do […]