Committing to Creating More Functional Work Environments

Committing to Creating More Functional Work Environments

March 1, 2018

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Style and substance go hand in hand; you can’t (rather shouldn’t) have one, without the other. The way something looks serves a valid purpose on its own, however utility should never be limited solely to aesthetic appeal. The beauty that thoughtful craftsmanship provides should serve to enhance an already useful and optimized item. Basically, you need to have a delicious cake that is only enhanced by frosting.

How to Make Your Office More Functional

When it comes to the office environment, no matter how functional and beautiful you believe your space currently is, there are always ways to improve it. NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association outlined some of the best ways to optimize and improve overall functionality within the space, and some of their suggestions include:

  • Design for Flexibility
  • Analyze the Company’s Work Style
  • Explore All Alternatives
  • Determine How Much Space the Company will Need

(source: naiop.org)

At Burovision we understand that the needs of a particular organization can change over time, and it’s important to facilitate an office that promotes future growth and change. Best optimizing a space also means knowing how and where people work within it, and designing an environment around that idea which best supports its workers . We serve to help design spaces people love in a collaborative way with our clients, in order to best serve all functions, that help to create and maintain effective business processes. Contact us to learn more today.



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