Office Furniture Design
Collaborative office furniture encourages employees by giving them the spaces they need to sit and create in ways that feel natural, allowing for seamless interactions with their fellow team members. Collaborative furniture boosts interaction, while transforming spaces to become communal using casual seating and movable surfaces, all which support natural movements of the body.
OFFICE CAFÉ FURNITURE
Contemporary office café furniture transforms the traditional office break room into an engaging and unique gathering place where employees can wind down, socialize, or collaborate with others. With virtually endless design solutions, clients can provide their employees with a unique and useful multipurpose space that can boost mood and productivity, while impressing visiting clients.
PRIVATE OFFICE FURNITURE
Office design concepts and planning trends are heading towards nimble, technology-rich spaces with a focus on collaboration. The private offices of today not only fill the traditional needs of a private workspace, but are increasingly focused on collaboration and the team environment. Smaller office footprints with enhanced efficiency and a focus on technology aim for high performance. Combining the functional needs of an office with an innovative aesthetic allows for the private office to be redefined for the workplace of today, and tomorrow.
Office seating and chairs are perhaps the most important piece of furniture in any workspace. Comfortable seating allows teams to concentrate on their jobs while ensuring long term health through ergonomic design. Armrests, adjustability, lumbar and ergonomic support allow comfort for long-term usage, while improving health and well-being.
OPEN OFFICE FURNITURE
Open office designs benefit from the right furniture which is typically focused on flexibility and modularity, allowing for enhanced breakout spaces and different ways to work within an area. Open office furniture also allows for increased collaboration in the workplace, while helping to increase employee engagement and overall wellness.
First impressions of a physical place of work are still very important. Reception area design is paramount to create the right impression that can motivate employees, attract new talent, and impress visiting clientele. For this reason, it is critical that the reception area presents a client’s business in its best light.