Collaboration and innovation are today’s buzzwords in the workplace. With different industries catering to human resources, it is important to make everyone feel involved and connected. If you want to maximise each of your employees’ potential and existing skills, perhaps it is time for an office renovation.
The professionals of The Caretakers recommend incorporating these four 2015 office design trends on your next project:
Instead of the usual stiff chairs and formal desks, comfortable beanbags and couches now crowd meeting rooms and breakout areas. After all, an individual can produce brighter and sounder ideas when they feel relaxed while sitting on ergonomic chairs. You can even build soundproof rooms, so stressed out innovators and game changers can meditate effectively.
Gone are the days of individual office cubicles – at least in modern offices. Collaborative, open spaces induce innovation and efficiency in work. Build desks without walls, so employees can better share ideas, interact with people from other departments and be more productive.
In relation to open spaces, flexible working environments are also favoured in modern, trendy offices anywhere. Interchangeable spaces, modular sections and technological tools promote innovation. These can also drive performance and boost your company’s revenue and ratings. You can even build acoustic panels and glass walls instead of traditional materials to support a flexible work environment.
With global warming and climate change becoming a big concern these days, it is hard not to participate in worldwide campaigns for greener business practices. Simply going paperless can save you thousands of dollars on paper and printing materials. This, in turn, reduces your company’s carbon footprint. Open-air spaces are also a great solution to cut back on your air conditioning expenses.
With a relaxed, comfortable and collaborative office design, you can invest in your employees’ wellbeing and allow them to grow in a sustainable working environment. Talk to your contractor about your 2015 office design ideas to bring more success to your business.