Finding an office space that is fit for purpose, fits your companies budget, identifies with your company’s brand and pleases everyone involved in the process can be an incredibly daunting task, there are a lot of things to consider and a lot of choices in front of you. Here are 5 things to think about when choosing an office space.
Today is Friday the 13th and whilst there aren’t any people fleeing in terror from a rampaging Jason Voorhees it still seemed appropriate to look at safety in the workplace and what companies and employees can do to avoid accidents not only on this superstitious Friday but all year round.
Whether you are looking to work with an office design and build specialist like ourselves or make some minor changes in-house to mix things up and refresh your business there are many elements to consider and that can be overwhelming. We list 7 things to think about when designing an office.
We might be a couple of months away from the official start of summer but as we have been graced with some impromptu sunshine let’s take a look at how you can stay cool during those weeks and weeks of glorious sun we have to look forward to (wishful thinking I know).
Adaptive reuse is the process of reusing an old building for a purpose different from which it was built, be it residential, commercial or religious. We look at the positive effects it can have on environment, economy and office design.
Domestic and commercial wall coverings are more popular than ever, with virtually limitless design options we look into the advantages of using the increasingly popular medium in a professional setting.
There is a school of thought that a cluttered, paper-strewn desk hints at a person who is constantly hard at work, but usually it is cleaner offices that are more productive. Being organised and maintaining a clean working space is very helpful in getting your best work done.