Your office is more than just a place for employees to sit and work. It must be done in a way that inspires your employees to consistently deliver the best possible results for your business. It also represents who you are, what your business does, and also what type of industry you are in and must display the vision of your brand and business.
Effective Space Utilization
Before we decide on the Office Interior Design, its important to understand precisely what your office needs. It is important to zero in on what is absolutely essential. How many desks do you need? Do you need specific meeting rooms or would more informal meeting pods prove to more practical? Consider variations in the use of your space. Be creative and think outside of the box. You can do things like remove walls and walkways, optimize cubicles and add moveable partitioning to create an adaptable and flexible office environment.
Establishing A Budget
While no one likes to be constrained by it, every design project has a budget. It is important to be as honest and detailed as possible about your budget from the beginning. You will need to plan for items such as furniture, employee workstations, office equipment, painting and decorating and much more. Know your budget and what you can allocate to redesigning your workplace
Branding & Theme
An office space should reflect the industry and the culture of the organization. Effective branding of interiors will help enforce the image and industry of your company. This can make employees feel closer together and reinforce the objectives of their work.
Collaborative ,Hierarchical, Semi Open Working Spaces
Allowing your team to work in an environment that best supports the task at hand is an important factor in Office Interior Design. It is important to ensure your staff are comfortable and able to come together on projects as and when required. But it’s also important to give them space and privacy during other times too. Depending on the nature of your business we can do Collaborative ,Hierarchical, Semi Open Working Spaces that are designed to improved productivity and sales
Storage space must be taken into consideration when working on your office design. Take into consideration things like filing cabinets, desk pedestals, a storage wall and even a resource for stationery and other supplies.
It is important to spend properly on furniture and to think of the long-term effect of wear and tear, as well as comfort involved. Going for budget furniture will experience issues with them deteriorating quickly. There are also health problems associated with cheap furniture like back pain, bad posture and general physical discomfort.
Employee Well Being
A bright and collaborative workspace ensures a productive workforce, breathing more life and creating an environment where ideas and innovation can grow and thrive. It is important to keep in mind things like Aeration, Lighting & Air Conditioning, Electrical and Network Points, Dealing with Noise, Cafeteria, recreation and private spaces etc while designing your workspace