Intereum Named Star Tribune Top Workplace for Second Year

For the second year in a row, Intereum has been named one of the Star Tribune’s Top Workplaces 2015. This year the Star Tribune expanded the Top Workplaces list from 150 to 227 to highlight companies in the Twin Cities area that exemplified the meaning of being an excellent workplace.

Each year the Star Tribune’s Top Workplaces recognizes the best-performing and most progressive public companies in Minnesota. Produced by the same team that compiles the 24-year-old Star Tribune 100 report, Top Workplaces received responses from over 69,100 employees in Minnesota. Scores and rankings were determined solely by employee responses.

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Consistently ranked as one of the top Herman Miller dealers in the country, Intereum is there from the beginning stages of design to audiovisual solutions to the final installation. Intereum works to improve day-to-day life for clients by incorporating their personal culture and working to diminish prominent industry challenges. A full-service distinguished commercial furnishings and services resource, Intereum serves clients of all sizes throughout Minnesota in Corporate, Healthcare, Education and Government settings.

With support from the Intereum leadership team, Intereum as a whole is determined to maintain a positive, can-do attitude in order to produce quality results, be responsive, and continuously improve. A nurturing environment, a breadth of tools and innovation allow employees to provide the utmost service and successful project outcomes.

“For Intereum to be recognized as a Top Workplace in Minnesota for the second year in a row is an honor. Because Intereum’s core focus is to create purposeful and inspiring work, healing and education environments, I am delighted that our team members recognize Intereum as a great place to work,” said Matt Sveen, Principal and Owner.

To qualify for the Star Tribune Top Workplaces, a company must have more than 50 employees in Minnesota. Over 2,100 companies were invited to participate. Rankings were composite scores calculated purely on the basis of employee responses. The surveys were created and conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, an independent company specializing in employee engagement and retention. Check out the survey here.

On June 14, 2015 the complete Star Tribune Top Workplaces 2015 was published. Check out Intereum and the other Top Workplaces on the list here.

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Next Generation: One Design Fix For The Future

Metropolis magazine has announced the focus for its annual Next Generation Design Competition: ONE DESIGN FIX FOR THE FUTURE. The winner receives a $10,000 prize. Next Generation 2010 is sponsored by Herman Miller and entries are due January 29, 2010.

ONE DESIGN FIX FOR THE FUTURE, the Next Generation Design Competition, challenges designers of all kinds — architects, interior designers, product designers, landscape designers, graphic designers and communication designers. The magazine is looking for entries that propose ONE DESIGN FIX to our designed environment, fixes that can be applied to the way that the designer himself or herself may actually live today: the products we use at home or work, our home or workplace, our city or any commercial application. A design fix that may be quite humble or affect only a small thing, but which in scale, deployed throughout our society, can improve our future by making it more sustainable, energy-efficient, less damaging to the environment.

“Spark” Award Given To Herman Miller Twist LED Light


At the premier SparkAwards exhibition on October 29, 2009 the Twist Light from Herman Miller Inc. received the “Spark!” award.  The Twist Light was designed by Yves Behar from fuseproject.

The “Spark!” was the highest level of recognition among four levels of honors including; “Spark!”, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.  Yves Behar was at the ceremony at the Autodesk Design Gallery in San Francisco to accept the award.  SparkAward was a mulit-level design award including designers from all skill sets from students to professionals and was the world’s first ever competition of it’s kind.


Twist is Herman Miller’s new, energy-efficient, eco-friendly undershelf LED light for systems furniture, providing value, simplicity, and personal control for office workers. Twist demonstrates Herman Miller’s leadership in innovation, performance, and sustainability by using fewer raw materials and providing a lighting solution that’s efficient to operate and maintain.

Béhar is the founder of fuseproject, an integrated design firm dedicated to the development of the emotional experience of brands through story-telling. “New technologies are driving a fundamental shift in the way people think about lighting,” says Béhar. “With LEDs in particular, their incredible efficiency, extremely small form factor and minimal maintenance requirements are changing the way people conceive of, design, and integrate lighting into the built environment.”