Taking consideration of the huge focus on global warming is essential for the modern workplace and creating an environmentally friendly office will see your workplace doing their bit and making their mark in the battle to decrease the damage we are imprinting on the planet.
As technology continues to develop at a rapid pace, it is having a huge impact on the design of the modern office. Creating working spaces that suit the modern work ethic and atmosphere is important to encourage productivity and inspiration to your team. In this post we look at 3 key ways in which technology is influencing the way that the modern office is designed.
It’s no secret that levels of productivity in the UK have dipped in recent years and there are many factors that contribute to this. Employees have been working longer and feeling less appreciated by their superiors, both elements that have negatively affected the productivity levels and willingness to go the extra mile for the employer.
In the previous article we looked at how to establish the parameters for an office refurb/fit-out project and how to get the right people involved to ensure the project is a success. In this article we turn our attention to the refit itself and focus on the structural changes available that can be made within your existing workplace to deliver the workspace your business needs.
So, you feel that your business needs are not being met by your current workspace – this maybe due to increasing staff numbers, changes in working practices, increased demand for machinery, more stock holding space, physical degradation or a combination of elements, for example – what should you consider in order to get the desired result?
Modern offices are always on the look out for futuristic furniture that provides more purpose than it’s initial function. In 2018 we see office furniture designers pushing the boundaries to provide the next best piece of furniture that embodies everything the modern office requires and more.