Top 3 Design Trends You Must Consider in Renovating Your Office

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For years, offices have seen drastic changes in terms of their appearance, functions, and other aspects of these places. From the removal of crowded desks and chairs to the introduction of modern viewing devices, all these changes have somehow provided improvements to the work environment.

But the evolution of office spaces continues despite the existence of the pandemic. And since technology does not stop from innovating and improving, all these elements have come into play to conveniently generate design trends and developments for office spaces. The call for better work-life balance support has even influenced these office design changes.

If you want to renovate your office space today, here are some design trends that you may want to consider and follow.

1. Integration of Connectivity and Data
In the past two years, offices have embraced remote work set-up as part of their primary operations. But since the world has now started to face and even feel comfortable with the new normal, office spaces are slowly being filled with employees again. The investments made for remote work, fortunately, can still be maximised today through the integration of connectivity and data.

In renovating your office space, connectivity and data can be integrated by utilising rooms that enable and promote virtual collaboration. Your office space can also combine physical and virtual work setups by maximising flexible desk spaces, breakout zones, and audio-visual meeting and training rooms.

2. Achieving Long-Term Sustainability
Another design trend that you must consider in renovating your office is sustainability. Sustainability has been one of the most discussed topics in terms of office design as the world tries to save the environment from irreversible damages caused by various domestic and business activities.

To achieve long-term sustainability in your office, you may want to start adopting furniture pieces, wall panels, and other similar elements made from local materials. You may also want to integrate equipment pieces, devices, and appliances that do not emit harmful carbon emissions to the environment. Even the utilisation of LED lighting can already help in making your office eco-friendly.

3. Neurodiverse and Inclusive Spaces
Office spaces are used to only integrate the design preferences of the employers. While some employees can still work efficiently with this kind of setup, others may find it difficult to be efficient and productive. The only way to make your office space open to everyone is to make it neurodiverse and inclusive.

Neurodiversity is the differences in the brain functions of people. It also refers to the differences in approaches whenever one interprets information. By utilising an office design that considers the wellbeing and psychological needs of various employees, you can ensure that they will be more effective and fruitful. A neurodiverse and inclusive office may be comprised of recreational spaces, prayer rooms, mothering rooms, break rooms, quiet working zones, and many more.

For more information about workplace fitout, you can contact us at Agile-Xtra.

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