Even though the working world has made a shift to becoming more and more a remote entity – one that may not have to rely as much on an established headquarters – the fact of the matter is that the concept of the office may not be going away entirely, anytime soon.
In fact, even though the lines of what an office may be defined as have somewhat become a little more blurred, competency in office design and efficiency may now be even more complicated and vital.
This is because, in the midst of a pandemic, we’ve collectively realised the value of an office space. And yes, remote working is the new directive, but it can’t be the sole directive – people still need spaces to meet, to collaborate, to confer, and re-energize in the glow of each others’ presence.
And that fact looks set to stay – even as we work from home more, we’ll need a space in which we can all come together and be inspired in our working day-to-day.
As premier workspace consultants, Giant Leap realises the all-important need for the continued presence of a luxury, well-designed office space. They’ll continue to strive to pioneer the continued interior evolution of offices that only inspire.
What is workspace design?
Workspace designers in the know, similarly define workspace design as the implementation of office features that achieve three vital factors:
- Employee health and wellbeing at the forefront
- Teamwork focus and encouragement in collaboration
- The most modern of infrastructure and connectedness
With these three points as the nucleus around which an office interior is built, these spaces can only continue to inspire, provide comfort and delight as a place employees would want to come to when doing what it is they do best.