As humans, we are all different, and so are our offices. The way your office is designed can tell more about yourself than you may think! After all, it’s not just some setup of furniture and electronics. It’s your workplace! It’s the place where you’ll be spending most of your day. That’s why it’s extremely essential to design it the way that will express your personality and personal preferences but still keeping the productivity on the highest level.
Here, at Bevlan we take extreme care while developing each individual project to ensure the best possible results that will fit the client’s preferences.
This week, we would like to share 5 things that you should keep in mind when designing your office interior, based on the experience we’ve gained through the years.
1. Manage the space
Functionality and productivity are the key features of every successful office. To get the most out of your space, you should take your number of staff into a count, as well as the floor area and space required by each employee.
A good way of managing the space could be using the shared workstations.
This part is crucial. You could cut out on literally anything, but not comfort. It could lead to some serious health and posture issues, but also will drastically decrease productivity. Always keep the comfort level very high to achieve the best results.
Some say, that the reception area is a business card of your office. This is where the first impression takes place. That’s why it’s crucial for your reception area to provide the best experience possible.
We’ve expanded more on this topic in one of our previous posts – “What does your reception area say about your business?”. Give it a read to see how various reception areas provide your clients with a different experience. Also, why don’t you have a look at our reception area range? Maybe, there will be something you’ll be interested in.
Using various types of lights, you can easily change the mood of your interior. Adding more light will help you provide a more comfortable, peaceful experience, but decreasing the number of lights could probably make your interior feel less spacious and open. It is important to understand how lights can affect your interior and to find the right balance that will help you express the mood of your office.
5. Finishing touches
Sometimes, even a single small change can make a huge difference. Adding those finishing touches can help you make your office space feel more consistent and complete. Actually, we could even say that matching finishing touches applied to your office, could work just like an actual company branding. Imagine having your business cards, letterheads, logo, website, etc. all following the same design language and style. Now, if we apply the same rules to different areas within your office space, such as the conference room, reception and breakout area, you get the same result – Your office space will feel more consistent and complete.
So, those were our five quick tips on what to keep in mind when designing the office interior. Thanks for giving our Bevlan Blog a read. Come back next Monday for some fresh, trending content.
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