Published at Thursday, June 21st 2018. by dembala in Office Design.
Citrus colors. Tangerine lime and similar shades energize and invigorate workers. If these hues are too bold for your walls try to incorporate brightly-colored upholstery art and signage. Office color trends may be fleeting but citrus accents should stay fresh for years to come. Natural materials. Think hardwood or bamboo floors earthy wall coverings corkboard and more. Bringing the outside in is the goal of many forward-thinking interior designers today. (Glass walls are great for this.) Plus naturally-sourced sustainable materials can be a green option for environmentally-conscious companies.
Comfort Is Promoted Through the Furniture Selection The output of employees may not be as brilliant as expected if they experience discomfort all day with their stiff office chair. Now that ergonomically designed pieces of furniture are very popular most refurbishment experts make it a point to use them. This way the staff can enjoy using the daily furnishings with improved comfort encouraging them to be more productive more than ever.
Noise Employees have difficulty working productively in noisy environments since stress levels increase and concentration is lowered. There are many design tricks architects can employ to deal with poor acoustics. Using the correct materials in the correct location is key to achieving the proper level of sound absorption. For example ceiling tiles should generally be applied at a low ceiling height. If the ceiling is very high then other methods need to be applied such as lining the walls with fabric banners or acoustical wall panels to avoid the sound bouncing off of drywall or other non-absorbent materials. To keep voices from traveling too far it is useful to places highly-absorbent materials at mouth level throughout the office. Another effective technique in limiting a noisy environment is to create a monotone background sound known as white noise. This can be achieved in a variety of ways such as through the strategic placement of fans and air conditioners the use of water fountains or by installing a sound masking audio system.
How does this urban planning model play out in terms of office productivity? Office assistants for example are generally situated in spaces that are more public often close to the main passageways so that they are more accessible to their supervisors and other staff members. In contrast more senior management tend to have offices with doors so that they are able to hold private meetings or work in seclusion if their tasks require a deeper level of concentration. Of course the company culture will ultimately dictate where senior management put their offices. It is a trend among some types of companies for managers and CEOs to sit in open workstations along with their staff so as to appear more accessible.
Moving your business to a new office space can be an opportunity to create a work environment that reflects current ideas trends and innovations. You dont have to spend a lot of money or fall prey to short-lived fads but incorporating the latest design concepts can revitalize your space impress visitors and attract new talent to your company. Check out these 5 design tips now trending: The very open workspace. Relocating businesses can take inspiration from collaborative floor plans that allow creativity to flow. On the extreme side is the contemporary space with no closed perimeter offices where workstations are clustered out in the open. If privacy is your thing you can still opt for plenty of communal spaces that allow workers to gather. One thing office space experts are emphasizing: the fewer walls the better. The eco-friendly workspace. Theres more to the green workspace than a recycling bin in the break room. Office design is an area where environmentally-conscious practices and products shine. Green paints reduce harmful emissions while skylights and other sources of natural light brighten your office and reduce energy use. In fact some of todays hottest office products and trends are good for the earth. (See Natural Materials).
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