Learn how to keep your corporate office current through commercial interior design. With a workplace that is constantly evolving, you must adapt if you hope to create a corporate office that encourages efficiency and keeps employees happy. Improve productivity and increase engagement when you opt for an innovative corporate office design.
The Way People Work is Changing
While there is still a need for personal office space, there has also been an increase in the demand for collaborative spaces. Create a corporate office with the ability to support all kinds of work — offer pods for deep, individualized thought alongside workspaces with room for many. Multipurposed designs built for teamwork enable staff to work together with ease. For furniture that fosters collaboration and offers a contemporary aesthetic, turn to Orangebox, a designer and manufacturer working hard to create pieces for the changing workplace. Their cutting-edge Air³ is proof — transforming from a modular meeting room into a private space, phone booth or touchdown room.
“CREATE A CORPORATE OFFICE WITH THE ABILITY TO SUPPORT ALL KINDS OF WORK — OFFER PODS FOR DEEP, INDIVIDUALIZED THOUGHT ALONGSIDE WORKSPACES WITH ROOM FOR MANY…”
Technology is Still a Front Runner
The speed at which we are advancing technologically only continues to increase. Not only does technology enhance your corporate office, more employees, especially those of younger generations, expect to see it incorporated in your design. Technology is seamlessly integrated into products like the Potrero415 Table by Coalesse with bottom trays, table legs and cable columns meant to conceal cords and cables proving that form doesn’t have to compromise function.
Employees Want to Feel Appreciated
Let your employees know you care when you make their wellbeing a priority. With thoughtful design features and versatile products, creating a corporate office that promotes health and happiness is now easier than ever. Look to Buoy by Turnstone for a seat that keeps up with active employees as it allows for a range of motions to encourage movement throughout the workday.
For more design ideas and future-forward products, contact McCoy Rockford.