There is nothing more exciting than seeing your hard work pay off and your business expand. When it gets to the point where the home office doesn’t cut it anymore and you need more support, it’s time to move to a commercial premises and employ staff to help with the workload. Of course, when this happens, you want to encourage a workplace and culture that engages employees to do their best work at all times, right from the beginning. Did you know that a commercial interior designer plays a pivotal role in ensuring all these things happen?
How Commercial Interior Designers Improve Productivity In Your Workplace.
Your employees are your biggest asset and the heart and soul that’ll bring your organisation to life. Intelligent workplace design ensures the space you provide for them promotes happiness and productivity. It inspires staff to be creative, focussed and collaborative. Smart design creates the appropriate environment and mood for your business to succeed. When the interior design of your commercial space is done well, it equates to increased profits.
Happy employees work towards a common goal and do their best work. On the other hand, unhappy people have poor motivation and poor performance, as well as more sick days. And affect your bottom line. This is where your Commercial Interior Designer comes in. Not only are these designers experts in creating both beautiful and functional spaces, but a skilled designer will ensure that each aspect of the space they are working on, prioritises the best interests of the people who will be occupying it. They’ll ensure the physical environment support employees and enhances their working experience.
So, how do they do this? Commercial Interior Designers improve productivity in your workplace by considering a number of factors during the design process. Some of these may include;
Noise control is important in any type of workplace, in order for people to remain productive and not be distracted by outside noise influences;
There are three main ways a Commercial Interior Designer will use, often referred to as the ABCs of noise control –
Absorption: Includes acoustical ceiling tiles, fabrics, and carpet
Blocking: Includes your furniture system, partitions, panels, screens, and walls
Covering: Masking sounds
2. Use Of Colour Theory
Research shows that colour theory can affect employee performance substantially. When you design an area for a particular purpose, using the proper colour palette helps support that intention. For instance, the colour blue has been shown to have a calming effect on the nervous system whereas yellow has been known to encourage focus and direction. A Commercial interior design will take into accounts these factors when designing the colour palette for your interior design to help drive your employee focus.
Natural lighting increases energy, improves concentration and helps the general well-being of your staff. Unnatural lighting saps energy and leads to eye strain. A commercial interior designer will ensure your workplace will be designed to fill the space with plenty of natural light as well as fitting windows with blinds so that you can control the level of light coming through when necessary.
Commercial Interior Designers consider many other factors such as the temperature and thermal comfort in the space. The access to views of nature. Sensory changes, crowding, indoor air quality, employee engagement and more. All of these impact your employees and help provide a comfortable and productive workplace. A comfortable and productive workplace contributes to your bottom line, and ensures the success of your business.
Why not contact us today and see how our commercial interior designers can improve your productivity in your workplace?