A Bright & Colourful Business Future

A Bright & Colourful Business Future

September 6, 2017

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The idea of utilizing certain colours in office design is a point that we’ve touched on before; productivity in the office is influenced by many different factors, and the colours that people are constantly surrounded by makes quite the impact.

‘Scientific studies have shown that colors don’t just change our moods, they also profoundly impact our productivity, for better and for worse. That’s why it’s best to decorate your workplace with a vibrant medley of stimulating hues that increase output and spark creativity.

Low-wavelength colors, like restful green and calming blue — two of the most common colors in Mother Nature’s palette — improve efficiency and focus. Red, a high-wavelength color, is active, intense and alarming at times. The passion-inspiring color, not accidentally the hue of valentines, fire extinguishers and fire trucks, increases the heart rate and blood flow upon sight. Meanwhile mellow yellow, often viewed by color psychologists as the shade of optimism, is energetic and fresh. It is believed to trigger innovation and is best used in work environments where artists, writers, designers, developers and other creative professionals work.’ (source: entrepreneur.com)

Here at Burovision we will work closely with your organization to develop an office design that not only reflects your brand in the best way, but facilitates the best environment for growth and optimal productivity.



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