Balancing Form & Function in Office Design

Balancing Form & Function in Office Design

June 13, 2017

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Life is all about balance; the old saying goes ‘all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’ however, maybe it’s how Jack was going about doing his work that was the problem. When your work environment is able to effectively balance between form and function, how one feels in said environment and the product output becomes optimized.

“Plan With A Purpose

There is no logical way to design a space until you determine what the primary function of that space will be. This means that it’s absolutely essential to plan for people and purpose before you ever begin to think about color schemes or trim. While all of those details are extremely fun to participate in and even more exciting to put together, without understanding what a room will be used for, there’s no way to add the right accent pieces.

Functional Spaces Are More Valuable

Creating spaces that are built with function in mind act as this value-pusher. Accent pieces can easily be packed up and taken along for any move, but design based on functionality provides the option of throwing furniture that’s already well laid-out into the deal.” (Shelley Little, freshome.com)

At Burovision we’ll work closely with your brand in order to develop a workspace environment that effectively balances between form and function.



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