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LWG leads the way with dynamic accessible design

LWG’s project for Accessibility Standards Canada has been featured on lighting manufacturer Luminis’ website! We’re thrilled to see this, and to have participated in such a meaningful project!

We Love the Great Indoors

It’s so nice for us to share a good news story right now. Even if it’s small. Some kind press for us in Canadian Interiors.

We just met the future of design

Algonquin College hosted a great event this week and for interior design students, the opportunity to meet with local industry leaders is extremely valuable.

LWG gets some well-deserved ink!

The OBJ dives into a little bit of LWG past. And a bit of our future. It’s a good, quick read and has far fewer acronyms than we’ve already thrown at you. It’s a nice overview of what goes into making a healthy work space - both mentally and physically.

Optimize your return to office: Three trends that should shape your plan

It’s been almost two years since we shared our  “Thoughts About COVID 19 and Office Design”.  After a few false starts, it seems that the great return to the office is imminent. LWG Principal Bryan Wiens had the opportunity to participate in a webinar that explores three key trends that are shaping the designs that LWG has been working on with our clients.

Thoughts About COVID 19 and Office Design

Like most design professionals that specialize in workplace design, I’ve been carefully following all the various articles and opinions about what the office will look like in a post COVID world. Speculation is rampant, with a lot of the larger international architectural and design firms publishing articles and jockeying for position – I believe the business world is calling this pivoting. It’s a smart move – there’s an opportunity here, but what exactly is it?

LWG and The Design Associates Merge

Ottawa’s Capacity for Altering the Workplace Mindset Has Doubled – LWG and The Design Associates Merge Their Talent and Combined 75 years of experience.

Bryan Wiens to Chair Algonquin Interior Design Advisory Committee

LWG’s own principal, Bryan Wiens, has been called to Chair the Advisory Committee for Algonquin College’s Interior Design Bachelor Program.

Bryan is no stranger to the college and the program. He’s entrenched in it. You’ll find him guest lecturing regularly and acting as a mentor