Office design is something building managers really think about when trying to impress potential tenants. When choosing an office space, you need to think about where you’re going to put your entry mat and continue to draw in employees and potential customers. As a result, building managers need to be up on the office layout trends in order to entice tenants.
Fast Company reports that more companies are looking for multipurpose work spaces, with open concerts that allow for collaboration. As more companies are looking for that startup feel, encouraging the employees to talk to one another more and offer people the opportunity to have impromptu meetings. When trying to build out the structure of each of your office spaces, keep open concept designs in mind.
Of course, the actual decoration comes down to the tenant. Decorations can make or break an impression when customers first walk into your space. When you’re trying to have your logo implemented with the design, go with the entrance mat. According to Inc, you want to steer clear of having corporate art, such as signs with logos. Instead, try to have eye-catching art and photographs that add a bit of personality that goes beyond the brand.
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