Take a minute to think about the physical space where you work. What elements make it a good or bad environment for productivity? Does the architecture and its design elements contribute to work success or downfall? If so, why? These are some of the decision making questions we take into account when designing work spaces for our clients. Each company does different work with different objectives and consequently requiring different kinds of people to get the work done. It is important for the workspace to fit the culture of the work that is being done within the space. We strive to use the best architectural and design tools to provide the most optimal workspaces for our clients.
The image above is from an attorney’s workspace in Long Island, NY. The high, arching ceilings allow for a sense of more space and less stress while working – encouraging more productivity. Below are two more examples.