New Innovative Opportunities Through Design

New Innovative Opportunities Through Design

July 12, 2017

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Design goes beyond just aesthetics; of course, we are drawn to things that are visually appealing and beautifully crafted, but the purpose of those items goes beyond being a treat for the eyes alone. The more innovative a design is, the more it can facilitate further innovation and growth.

Being mindful of the role sustainable elements play in a space is key for developing and optimizing said space for enhanced productivity and facilitating growth. “Workplace design is one of the most undervalued tools that can be used to help achieve goals. The power of space to influence our energy, interaction, health, and drive is tremendous. Though an investment in sustainable workplace design reaps energy cost savings (particularly within a build-to-suit environment), the best bang for the green buck comes from improvements to employee productivity and well being. Study after study shows that well-designed sustainable solutions can positively impact productivity by 3.5 to 10 percent or more.” (source: buildings.com)

Here at Burovision we’ll work closely with your company to create the most functional and optimized space that takes into consideration all of the elements which promote a safe, healthy and sustainable environment.



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