Un programa en concordia con la arquitectura circundante.
Los espacios cerrados son liberados por el océano y los cielos abiertos, restaurando así la sensación de bienestar.
You support and bicker with each other at work about office and non-office issues. Bush and Condoleezza Rice, Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa, or NBC's co-anchors Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer.
Guthrie even slipped up and referred to her husband, Mike Feldman, as Matt recently on the "Today" show.
He knows everything about your kids and your spouse, and when you're out for post-work drinks, many assume that you're dating.
This is your work spouse: a co-worker with whom you have a super-close platonic relationship, modeled on a marriage.
She's the first person you look for when you step into the office, and the last person you see before you leave.
The other person listens with empathy and shares dissatisfaction in his/her relationship.
RELATED: TRENDING LIFE & STYLE NEWS THIS HOURToday, 70 percent of people in office jobs have or have had work spouses, according to a 2017 study by Office Pulse, which analyzes office professionals.
This is up from 65 percent in 2010 and 32 percent in 2006.
Asking you to lend a hand could be your team members’ subtle way of telling you that you need to chip in and take some initiative.
Or, they could be approaching you for help simply because you obviously have plenty of spare time.