Krystal Wagner Office Design April 04th, 2018 - 12:30:09
Consider the needs of your employees as well when mulling over the best design for your office. Pick a design scheme that will really boost their creativity and provide inspiration for them. It should also be comfortable and practical for working in. Now that you are moving office and having the space redesigned and refurbished it is time to consider whether you are going to sell your old office equipment and buy new equipment. Some of your old office furniture and decoration may no longer work with your new space. They can actually be sold to small starting companies through second hand furniture shops.
Timber sourced from sustainable forests can be used in attractive floor coverings. Recycled plastics are strong and work well in all sorts of office furniture and fittings. Additionally your office or workstations design can be complemented by using organic non-volatile paint for walls and ceilings. Unusual Options: The use of unusual materials can give design an interesting twist. Instead of choosing conventional smooth wood plastic or metallic surfaces consider using materials with more tactile appeal such as textiles in your office design to mark your office out as individual. Some offices have been known to successfully use such unconventional materials as cardboard for furniture and partitioning. Using largely ignored materials such as cardboard can be an ingenious approach to save money in redesigning an office.
Office Necessities - when youve agreed the positions and layouts of your offices and workstation desks it is vital to establish the locations of your office necessities. Some examples include cabinetry computer equipment phone lines & outlets power outlets data outlets shelving and storage. It is a good idea to ensure your planning is based on convenience access and flexibility; Aesthetics - After youve finalized the planning for all office necessities start thinking about occasional furniture or finishing that works well with the office design.
Theres no question about it - an attractive office space increases employee creativity productivity and overall morale. Designer offices tend to attract and keep their employees longer than more unattractive ones and good workplace design is one of the top key factors that affect job satisfaction. In fact it has been suggested that a well-designed office can increase productivity by about 20%. Although many companies do not see investing in good workplace design as a priority (almost half) almost 9 out of 10 employees claim that the quality of their work environment directly affects their attitude toward work. It seems then that it would be foolish for employers not to try and find good design solutions to boost productivity - in the end it will be a worthwhile and satisfactory investment for everyone.