With the lobby being the first and last impression, you need to create an inviting and appealing space, to draw in employees and customers.
Sustainability within the office is something we overlook, but new habits can lead to a ripple effect of change in workplace. As we continue to grow our carbon footprint daily, there are actions you can take in the workplace to create a cleaner and greener environment.
Design features and savvy amenities are appreciated, but it’s important to start with the basic comforts that people have become accustomed to while working from home.
With a new year also comes the time to reflect. After a year of realizing that the office is here to stay, we can now focus on how to make it better.
There is plenty of debate regarding whether the office remains relevant. Regardless of where you set up work, the one thing offices cannot go without is collaboration.
Most people encountered a significant lack of connection during the pandemic. Feelings of isolation became paramount as chance encounters and social circles were removed. It’s crucial to support feelings of connection as people return to the office.
Everyone’s creative process is different. That’s why it’s important to offer people a variety of spaces where they can come together to be their most productive.