Sound building design does much more than give an office greater curb appeal. The interior design choices you make can actually impact the day to day working experience. This will directly influence the productivity and satisfaction of your employees. With the right design elements, you will be able to create a place where everyone loves coming to work each day. Below are a few key areas where the right building design makes a difference.
Creating a Collaboration-Oriented Layout
Modern workplaces are far more collaborative, with executives more actively engaged with employees on a daily basis. To better achieve this, many modern workplaces locate executive offices near the middle of the office space. Glass walls create an even greater sense of openness and availability.
In addition to single desks, many offices also provide collaborative conference rooms with more comfortable seating where employees can work on team projects. Flexible workstations and informal gathering spaces can also boost efficiency. Available outdoor seating is also a popular choice. Ultimately, this flexible approach to workplace collaboration gives employees greater control over how they work, which improves results.
Building a Comfortable Atmosphere
Stark and utilitarian office spaces can feel cold and uninviting. A building design that brings in elements of the outside world can go a long way in increasing employee health and wellness. Natural lighting boosts mood and productivity, and auto-adjusting interior lights and window shades can better maximize available lighting. Using this to achieve circadian lighting can even help employees sleep better at night, ensuring they are better rested and motivated for a new workday.
If you need help with your building design plans, turn to the architects at Pardi Partnership Architects PC. Serving the Rochester, NY, area for nearly 20 years, this award-winning team is equipped to handle all steps of the process, from design and programming to finalizing construction work. To learn more about their building design services, visit them online or call (585) 454-4670.