Your office design may be functional and attractive, but does it represent “you”? Incorporating branding in your office design allows your brand personality to shine – for your employees and clients alike.
A lack of sound privacy is the most common complaint among open-office workers. It’s estimated that workers lose 86 minutes per day to sound distractions. As experienced contractors, and we have some suggestions on how to reduce noise in an open office design.
Adding natural elements to your office design is going to improve productivity, engagement and impress your clients and colleagues. Sounds like a good plan. Here are a few pointers on how to actually do it.
Human beings have an inherent rapport with nature. But although we are often aware of how important it is to protect our outdoor environment, we sometimes forget about what’s happening indoors. An average employee spends 35% of their total waking hours in the office. An office that is devoid of a meaningful connection with nature […]
Your employees spend up to 35% of their waking hours inside an office that is frequently envisioned as protecting the interior from the outer elements. This thinking has created towering buildings lined with fluorescent lights and white-walled cubicles. But perhaps we should think about the great outdoors as the great indoors. Why Does Nature Belong […]