What do you want your office design to say about you?

August 7, 2022

Set your objectives:

At the point of developing your overall project objectives you should also discuss and establish the central message for your design concept.

Your office space will form a major part of your corporate image influencing clients, employees, potential new recruits, investors and the general public. Twenty-five years ago workspace interior design tended to be relatively measured and sober. A quick look at some of the modern interiors within the offices of today will however, reveal a vast array of individual environments with the outrageous and wacky no longer a rare occurrence.

Make a decision as to where you would like to sit in the design spectrum. A good start would be to look at recently completed projects within your sector and the wider business community. As well as case studies from the leading design and fit out suppliers, there are a number of useful reference websites to provide some inspiration.

Key points:

  • Take time to look at a wide range of completed projects and inspirational office design on the web.
  • Start with an open mind and don’t just replicate your existing space – office design has moved on quickly in the last few years.
  • There are some interesting new office interiors in the U.S.A. as the innovative design ideas are always led by Silicone Valley.

Red flags

You will be living with this office for years to come so avoid the temptation to take the easy route by replicating your existing model.

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