Let’s face it, not everyone has a knack for office design. As an office manager, you may have no difficulty choosing an appropriate color scheme for the walls, but you may not understand space restrictions or be up to date with the latest advancements in productivity-enhancing ergonomic office furniture – and you are bound to make costly mistakes.…Continue reading
One of the biggest challenges for businesses, and especially new ones, is finding the right office space. As a startup founder, you may need no more than a laptop and an internet connection to carry out your work, and you may have no problem doing it from your living-room couch, coffee shops, or even park benches.…Continue reading
Traditionally, the average lifespan of office design is upwards of 10+ years, but the forces that drive the workplace may shift as often as 6 months. For companies that pay a great deal of attention to fostering innovation and productivity in the office, the biggest challenge is to set up an office space that will adapt to a variable timetable of advances in technology, business objectives, and the evolution of the workforce.…Continue reading
When designing an office, it’s often easy to neglect one of the most important resources in your arsenal: your workers’ well-being.
While office design is crucial to the success of your company, the way you plan and furnish the space will do much more than support its occupants in performing their job.…Continue reading
The office in 2014 may not be about elaborately-themed work areas and striking designs as much as the intersection of people and ideas, with a focus on employee engagement and sustainability of design.…Continue reading
There’s a huge difference between being busy and being productive. Completing a lot of work tasks in a given amount of time doesn’t necessarily make you productive. In fact, experts say the more hours you put in the less productive you’re going to be in the short and long run.…Continue reading