11 Feb Building Office Culture
We are currently in the midst of a workplace design revolution and have been for some years now. Office design trends are constantly evolving to keep up with technology, behaviour and brand experience – Essentially office culture.
Research shows that office space design can improve the performance and well-being of its employees and as a result, the modern workplace is centred more and more on its staff, their behaviours, and interactions within the space.
Designing office interiors to suit changes in employee needs has become the design brief for many interior designers, architects and businesses alike.
Blurring the line between work, home and social life offers an unconventional work environment and an interesting challenge to designers. Not only this, but companies now realise the value in this design investment. Employees enjoy the space and become more productive as a result.
From informal co-working spaces and drop-in zones to relaxation areas, these flexible office spaces allow people to be mobile, collaborate, socialise and relax. Our screens offer decorative partitioning and continue to provide companies with a creative and versatile solution to spatial design and zoning.
Collaborative projects with Conduit Interiors, Paragon Interiors, So Studio Design & Interiors, First Technology, Blok plan Architecture and Design, Collaboration and Copperleaf Interiors are great examples of how our screens offer versatile solutions to spatial design within the work environment.