Whether visitor, client, employee or interviewee, the impression your office needs to make should be instantaneous and impactful. Waiting areas, meeting rooms and the circulation of your office will be the most common spaces that are under scrutiny. What is it in your office design that makes it stand out from the others?
From rock climbing walls to coffee bars, new exclusive spaces are appearing in the workplace that provide a sense of individuality to the office. These are designed to improve wellbeing and the sense of community, whilst representing the character of the company. Google is known for its wacky offices around the world, with features like basketball courts with meeting pods shaped like assorted sports balls. Recently Oktra supplied sports clothing brand Gymshark with its own 30m-wide logo which also doubles as an outdoor seating area.
Including these experience-driven office design trends can help to promote your business both internally and externally. Visitors are more likely to snap and share photos, while employees are contented with a unique day-to-day work experience.