We employ both designers and interior architects who make sure your office premises support the identity of your enterprise and help boost productivity. The objective is to create a good workplace by adapting the office environment to suit the people who are to work there and what they do.
So what is a “good workplace”? The objective comprises satisfied employees, greater well-being, improved efficiency and more interaction. We listen to our customers and analyse their needs so that we can design the optimal workplace of tomorrow. After all, you are the ones who have to work there.
We work with everything from establishing new workplace concepts in a new environment to simple upgrades of your current premises. What separates us from a conventional interior architect is our focus on practical, economical and technological solutions. We are just as skilled at arranging reuse projects as we are at organising a completely new solution on the best possible terms and conditions. When designing an office environment, we are keen to challenge conventional work methods and to help our customers think at least as far forward as the end of the leasing contract they sign. Moreover, we are a neutral purchasing partner, not associated with any specific suppliers. As such, we can help negotiate the best possible terms and conditions on the purchase of a new office interior.
Our interior architect services span a wide range. Here are some of the specific services we supply:
- Opportunity analysis
- Workplace analysis
- Design and concept development
- Area disposition
- 3D visualisation
- Choice of colours and materials
- Preparation of supplier-neutral specification of requirements
- Procurement process
- Preparation of workplace guidelines
And if you should need consultancy regarding how to improve your existing premises, we will naturally be happy to help with that, too.