It’s the very first thing people see when they enter your company office, this makes your reception area an important element – one that shouldn’t be overlooked. Here’s what you need to know about the design of your reception area.
We’ve all heard the old saying “first impressions mean everything”, the same applies to your business. From the moment a client walks through the door, they are immediately gathering information about who you are and what you value as a company. Your reception area is key to reflecting that.
So, what’s the first thing you should consider when designing your reception space? The experience you want your visitors to have when they arrive!
Only a few seconds after arriving in your office, your visitors will form an opinion of your company. So, when we start on any project finding out what a company wants their visitors to experience is one of the most important questions we ask.
We’ve been designing, furnishing and fitting office spaces for over 30 years and during this time we’ve found that there are a number of options on visitor experience that could fit with a company identity and culture. Here are the three most commonly used.
With each possibility there is a list of the most chief considerations in order to create the right experience for your business: