- 10:10 am - Mon, Jan 14, 2013
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New office, new culture:
After two months in their new headquarters, employees at Mondelez International Inc. are discovering how their jobs are being changed by a building that looks more like a Starbucks on steroids than a corporate cubicle farm. The open floor plan in Deerfield was designed to make the headquarters more like the company’s overseas offices and to increase interaction among the 600 local employees.
- 3:15 pm - Tue, Nov 6, 2012
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Want to design the cover for our biggest issue of the year? We’re inviting creative people from all over to do just that. Winners get cash, too. More details here!
Above: For some inspiration — past Book of Lists’ covers dating back to 2007
- 11:37 am - Wed, Oct 24, 2012
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Braintree’s offices come complete with kick scooters and a snack station. The Girl Scouts’ HQ has wallpaper that chronicles the evolution of its uniforms. Take a tour of Chicago’s coolest offices.
Photos by Crain’s photographers Erik Unger & Steve Serio
- 10:57 am - Thu, Sep 6, 2012
Cuisine is indisputably the main event at any restaurant, but even the most strident epicurean will concede that setting matters.
Chefs determine the succulence of the meal, but the environment is Karen Herold’s specialty. Read more about Ms. Herold, of Chicago-based 555 International Inc., and her creative process here.
Above: The interior of GT Fish & Oyster, which she designed