When creating a design concept for a busy office, elements of minimalism are often a popular choice. It’s clear to see why: this style is clear, focussed and flexible. However, the danger is that your office tips into the bland and sterile. So how do you balance elements of minimalist design with the character that makes your organisation unique? [Read more…] about Minimalism in the office: How to make it work
Making your office work productively is the holy grail of business owners and managers. A personal and collaborative office culture fosters creativity and innovation. While this environment should be built through communication and organisation structure, the physical environment of an office can radically influence how workers feel and perform. It is key to build a sense of ownership within a space, and the space itself is pivotal in this process. There are a variety of levels of personalisation here, from the corporate to the private. [Read more…] about Customising an Office Space: Plants, photos and the personal touch
It’s the part of any paint job great or small, office or public area, that people dread: the sign that pauses all activity. WET PAINT. The instruction is clear – do not use, suspend work, freeze everything!
We want to destroy wet paint signs for office redecoration projects. They have no place in our work ethos. How can we achieve this, though?
Well, it’s all in the scheduling.