How would you like your new office to look?

How would you like your new office to look?

Is your office looking tired? Are you looking to change it up to boost employee morale or productivity but are not sure where to start?

Here at Chrisbeon, we can manage your office refurb from start to finish, working alongside you to ensure it meets your needs.

There are several different types of office ‘looks’, and here we concentrate on three – the most common we are asked to supply among the many businesses we work with. Each has advantages and disadvantages based on several factors unique to the individual business. 

Weighing up the options

These factors need to be appraised before coming to a decision on what type of look suits your requirements best. The design and/or layout of an office is often dictated by the needs of the business.

  • Available budget
  • Location
  • Size of the space to fill
  • Technology and security needs, including power and data points
  • Favourable design

Having considered these factors, you will be able to make an informed decision about the kind of office look you want. Choices include:   

Traditional offices

A common type of office space that caters for team and individual use, creating a professional feel that delivers the message and branding of a business. The space is usually rented or leased within commercial premises and includes offices, reception areas, restrooms, conference areas and rooms where staff can take a break.

Co-working office

An affordable, flexible, professional space which can be used by businesses and individuals as a base that may have shared common areas, workspaces and conference rooms. It is an ideal option for small businesses, the self-employed and entrepreneurs. 

Open offices

Very much on-trend in recent years, offices which boast wide open spaces with no or very few walls, promoting an ‘all-together’ work environment that encourages creativity. These spaces are typically chosen by design or technology firms and include conference areas, shared workspaces and common areas.  

Open office space

Choosing the way you would like your office space to look needs to be considered carefully to fit with your business image and the good health and wellbeing of your staff. 

We have a wealth of experience in helping businesses achieve these goals while always having an eye on productivity. 

For more on how we can help and advise you on your new office look, call us today on 01952 292606.