Workplace design

The stereotypical corporate workplace has often been portrayed as space cubicle that drains creativity and prevents collaboration. In many ways, such traditional corporate offices, with their uninspiring interior and segregation are a thing of the past.

Many employers and companies have realized that the office environment directly influences employee satisfaction, creativity, and productivity. This trend gained momentum in the late 90s, with many tech companies being innovators in their workspace design among other things.
Tech companies developed a reputation for building amazing workspaces, more like playgrounds that their employees could look forward to working in. And as a result, they attracted the very best and got the most out of them, creatively.
But recently, this mini-revolution has spread to many other traditional industries. Many large companies are moving progressively towards open, creative, and collaborative workspaces.
Spaces more often seen in small, creative companies are now becoming commonplace in large corporate surroundings too.

Key characteristic of new space design

Open Plans

Studies have shown that an open plan improves the mood of employees. So modern offices are often designed to encourage collaboration, as modern employers understand that employees being able to interact while they work is beneficial to long-term productivity, rather than detrimental.

Hot Desking

Having employees who aren’t chained to their desks translates to reduced office costs and increased networking opportunities. Open spaces have also become more valuable as technological advances that allow workers to work from almost anywhere.

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Common Spaces

Designing informal areas for ad-hoc meetings and collaboration on larger projects create a community feel to the workplace. Working collectively on tough problems can vastly improve productivity.

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Functional Buildings

Large corporate office buildings are now increasingly equipped with cafes, restaurants, libraries, bars, and gyms. The theory is that a happy employee at work is more likely to stay at the office longer. Idea generation is the name of the game, so many employers don’t mind whether a great idea comes from an employee at the office gym or a worker as his desk.


Increasingly, green is the new black in office design projects, more businesses want to design their space in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner. It’s not just employers; environmentalism is often a key issue for many employees, too.

Well-designed workplace is a key to successful work performance, and basic need for those conducting it. Therefore it is important to know what user requirements are and arrange space according to them.
Such space enables flexibility, aspires to sustainability, enhances creativity, and offers more quality communication between users themselves.
Pursuing those guidelines we offer solutions that are customized and subordinated to client’s needs and satisfy functional and aesthetic criteria to enable more comfortable residence and space usage by retaining recognizability.