Working environments have evolved to, and should reflect a companies ethos and culture.
As Jacob Morgan eloquently phrased it in his book titled, The Employee Experience Advantage,
Staff should be encouraged to feel proud of their office working environments and to invite clients and colleagues to their offices.
The physical design should reflect
As Interior designers, we are tasked with assessing our clients requirements holistically. We evaluate how best to assist our clients with attracting & retaining staff, create an environment which will promote collaboration, will create a sense of community within the organisation, whilst still affording the individual who requires a “Quiet Space” to work in, to have access to such a space. An environment where the cost to company per staff member is equitable and viable for both parties.
Office workspaces have evolved to not only incorporate the Interiors of an office space, but to also include the external amenities available to staff members which may promote their wellbeing.
Head Interiors recognises this need and we have embarked on creating a space which affords our current and potential clients, the opportunity to work directly with us to assist in creating a cohesive collaborative internal space environment, and to find a commercial space fit for purpose.