Moving on to the actual office space itself, it's essential that your workplace layout is optimised. After all, if your layout is poorly designed and suboptimal your productivity will be affected. This includes things such as ventilation and air-conditioning, which if kept in poor condition could lead to discomfort or worse health problems.Additionally, you'll also have to consider the quality of your office lighting as poor quality lighting can cause issues such as eye strain, headaches, and tiredness, which can impact quality of work and thus productivity.
Our Office Design Process
Our office design process begins from the very first meeting. We get to know you as a business so that we can learn your key objectives as well as the culture and dynamics of your organisation. We believe that each workspace is as individual as the company in question, so the office space should reflect the overall brand image and ethos of your organisation.
The next step is to take a client brief.This is a review of your business's individual requirements including an in-depth study and analysis of your current workplace. From here we can create 3D visuals, 2D design plans, concepts and mood boards to help you visualise the look and feel of your new office space and know exactly how it is going to work.
Once you are happy with the concepts, we provide detailed space plans, cost estimations and a programme of works over an agreed time frame.