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Deanna Willis Office Design April 07th, 2018 - 11:15:26
Sometimes it is not the business model holding you back; its the design of your office space. Businesses that greet clients in their offices need to be sensitive to their image when a client walks through the front door. Office design plans should be reviewed even more often than business plans to assure that you arent giving a dated and unprofessional appearance to prospective clients. Here are a few simple ways to revamp your image quickly with office design plans that show your clients that your company is doing business in the modern age.
2. Collaboration Spaces Say goodbye to your private office (unless youre the boss of course) because open plan offices are becoming increasingly popular. Companies are trying to make the best use of space possible and office designers have found that giving everyone their own private area is just not the way to do this. An open plan office design also makes it possible for more employees to fit into the space allowing for expansion. Partitions are also getting lower as office designers have found that a space will look much bigger if people have a panoramic view. Some designers advise that a panoramic view whilst seated is preferable whilst others maintain that if the office can be viewed panoramic whilst standing that this is fine.
Preparation - After you have short-listed likely tenancies time spent understanding your planned work areas is definitely a sensible investment. Produce and agree an office design that enhances the effective use of attainable office space. Be functional and vigilant think about the height and sizes of personnel think about their office or workstation desk requirements and any planned departmental expansions; Cost Savings Opportunities - Limit resources expenditures by evaluating internal or recyclable alternatives. What components of the last fitout may be reused or salvaged? If it is actually possible to design around previous fitout features youll certainly be happily amazed at the cost benefits. Dont hesitate to get a hold of an office design & fitout consultant who is able to highlight additional areas of the design & fitout that should realize genuine cost savings;
What lies ahead for occupancy ratios? As mobile technology improves as home working becomes more viable with bandwidth increases and as part-time working becomes more widespread so the need for one desk per person diminishes. Increasingly modern office design is moving towards a ratio of 7 or 8 desks for every 10 staff. The next question is then about saving money by reducing the overall office space rental or to perhaps give some of the space over to social and team purposes? One of the leading adopters of modern office design incorporating flexible working and shared desk allocation CISCO Systems works on a ratio of 160 sq ft per person. Clearly they havent used unallocated desks and mobile working as a cost-cutting measure.