Traditionally, workspaces resembled the closed or cubicle layouts. However, open workspaces now have been gaining popularity. Many large, high-profile companies like Facebook, Google, and Pixar build massive open offices. Some business leaders, however, oppose the design choices of these technology giants. Solo offices cut down on visual and auditory distractions, according to Fullerton and those like him. […] >>more
1. Improved Productivity: Productivity is bred through efficient work spaces. For example, having an area dedicated to copying, scanning, printing and faxing–and stocked with necessary supplies–in a central office location helps to promote worker productivity. 2. Employee Satisfaction: A layout that eliminates the need for redundant movements or unnecessary task completion toward common goals helps […] >>more
The colour of your office has a colossal effect on your employees’ disposition, productivity and motivation. Therefore, while investing in office spaces, it is essential that you advocate colour psychology throughout the designing process. Different colours administer different emotional responses depending on the person’s culture and personal experiences. So, it is important to note that […] >>more
Recent studies and reports have revealed that companies are favouring open workplace environments – Offices are being designed in such a way as to integrate collective “activity-based” projects. Entrepreneurs have grasped the real value of the physical workplace and are therefore investing in workplace strategy and management services. The main aim is to help create […] >>more
The Zydus office is a reflection of their values. The Build is a nod towards designing locally, designing to the building, creating communal diversity, and making an environmentally friendly and ‘green’ space. The modern workplace design strategy is focused is on the company’s co-working philosophy to increase synergy and interactions between teams spread on multiple […] >>more
Empowered by state-of-the-art wireless technology, cutting-edge gadgets and advanced computing devices, workers are able to perform anywhere, anytime. And based on this chrysalis in office designs, employers are reducing their office square footage and real estate expenditure. But despite this virtual connect, employees still apprize face to face interactions as it prompts the conception of […] >>more
‘To sit in the shade on a fine day, and look upon verdure, is the most perfect refreshment.’ — Jane Austen, Mansfield Park Designing an office space which is instrumental in achieving high levels of mental and physical health, might not be your first priority. But in the recent past, studies have proven that office […] >>more
People and workplaces are changing – It’s all about technology, collaboration, employee engagement and productivity and how innovative office design can inspire and empower employees to do their best work. Read more at: https://www.alvarezdiazvillalon.com/7-office-design-trends-for-2017-that-will-make-everybody-happy/ >>more
A certain fraction of people feel that office interior is being revamped into an unnecessary, exaggerated, fanciful direction. Now is time to bust this myth because, we are breathing in a time which is flourishing in technological and manufacturing fields, at an astounding pace. And this fact compels us to design an office which follows […] >>more
An Article by Sackthi – Our HK Design Director (Learning through Comparative Studies at ANJ) “Change in design, layout and environment brings about change in Behaviors.” Some key features especially at the entrance, such as a traditional reception desk is replaced with a coffee table or a high community table effects ambience, creates a fresh […] >>more
The air temperature at your office has a strong affect on your productivity.
A well respected study by Cornell University returned a result of 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius) as the optimal temperature. >>more
What Kind of Ergonomic Office Chair is Best?
Working in an office typically involves spending a great deal of time sitting in an office chair - a position that adds stress to the structures in the spine. >>more