Whilst planting trees in office atriums and constructing moss filled walls in office breakout areas are both beneficial and aesthetically pleasing they can be out of scope for a lot of companies with a small amount of space and even smaller budgets. That’s where terrariums come in.
The phrase “going green” has become commonplace. There are a number of good ideas that can be implemented around the office that are good for business, good for the environment and that won’t put a strain on the bank balance, we look at a handful of them.
As we know there are many domestic benefits to pet ownership. Dogs have been proven to improve both the physical and mental health of their humans, helping to increase fitness and become the focal point of new social interactions. But how does this translate to a professional environment? We investigate the growing trend of the ‘pet-friendly’ office and see if it really is a case of man’s best friend or if we’re barking up the wrong tree.
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.
In this edition of ‘Watch this Space’ we meander through the idea of the unconventional work space and look at why start-ups and business giants alike have become so invested in this form of office design.
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.
In this third edition of ‘Watch This Space,’ we move freely around the topic of dynamic design and what it means for the workplace going forward.