steps and processes an interior designer can use to effectively plan an office layout.
Designers should assess the needs of the office, such as the number of employees, departments, and types of work performed.
Accurately measure spaces to create proportional and functional layouts.
Create a concept layout:
Based on your evaluation and measurements, create a conceptual layout outlining the placement of workstations, meeting rooms, common areas, and support rooms.
We work with the client to review and finalize the conceptual layout to ensure it meets the client’s needs and expectations. Detailed design:
Prepare detailed drawings and specifications for the final layout, including electrical and data requirements, lighting, furniture and finishes.
We work with contractors and suppliers to implement the final design to ensure all details are executed as planned.
Continuously monitor space use to ensure that your layout remains effective and functional over time.
Lighting can have a significant impact on the effectiveness and functionality of office space planning.
Ambient lighting sets the overall mood and tone of a space and affects the perception of its size and shape. Workplace lighting:
Task lighting is used to illuminate specific areas where work is being done, such as: B. Desks, Counters, Workstations.
Accent lighting can be used to highlight artwork or architectural features, or add visual interest to a room.
Bringing in natural light can create a healthier, more productive work environment and reduce the need for artificial lighting.
A lighting control system allows you to adjust the level and quality of light in your space depending on the time of day, task, or desired mood.
Lighting should therefore be considered as a key factor in space planning to create bright, functional and inviting workspaces.