Understanding exactly what is important to the end users of a building, whether that’s for the commercial, residential or public sector, allows us to create bespoke designs, tailored to the exact requirements of our clients. The following four core areas highlight some of the key factors to consider when creating an effective office space that is not only practical, but looks fantastic too.
Clever use of space and storage is a key requirement for today’s offices and so should be an integral part of the interior design. With the need to balance storage requirements without encroaching too much on floor space or taking away from the look of the overall design, our storage solutions are designed to either blend in or stand out to suit your space. Our highly customisable Qubewall system is just one way we can create all the storage space you need.
With wellness and the wellbeing of end users an increasingly important consideration when it comes to interior design, creating areas within an office which are specifically for staff to take time away from their screens, relax and socialise is often a key part of our brief. By creating spaces which invoke calm as well as offering space to refuel and have a break, such as tea points, cafés or chill out seating areas, the design will fulfil the wellness needs of staff.
While having an area to relax in is important, giving staff the space to think clearly and come up with ideas either individually or as a team is also a vital part of successful office design. Incorporating breakout areas, flexible working zones and meeting rooms with different design schemes can all help staff to get their own creative juices flowing.
The entrance of any new or refurbished project, whether commercial, residential or public sector, needs to have impact to make a lasting first impression on visitors. A large part of what we do for our clients is creating impactful reception areas as well as lift lobby areas to make sure that the design flows through the rest of the building.