In the majority of cases, our clients get their inspiration from our previous case studies and our Instagram feed. Sourcing ideas from the same place may worry you that your space will be too similar to theirs, and lack your own characteristics.
Here are four things to remember when planning your office design, to help you create your unique workspace.
Whilst you may be seeking inspiration from a specific case study, there is a very limited chance that your office space will be in the same shape or layout as theirs. By working around your office layout, you can incorporate the elements you like from your inspiration, whilst keeping it true to your space. This will in turn help you create your unique office space.
This may be an extreme example, but there are brands that are very similar. Take, for example, Gucci and Chanel, they are both in the fashion industry, and yet due to their history and how they have evolved, they are very different from each other.
By including your brand, such as your logo, colour schemes, and values around your office space, you can almost guarantee that your space will be unique to you. Take a look at our Evri case study to see how we incorporated elements of their branding into the space.
Our office spaces are all about solving your work-space needs – whether these be issues with office flow, your space being outdated, or the need for more collaboration space. The solutions put in place will not only be functional but help add that extra characteristic to your business space.
4. It’s about your people, ultimately making your office design unique
As we often say, people are the center of any business. The personalities of your staff will help differentiate your office culture which will reflect in the design of your office space. By fulfilling employees' workspace needs, you can be assured that your staff are happy and will exude the right energy needed to create a happy culture.
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