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  • How to Design an Office with Disability Access in Mind

    When designing an office space, it’s good practice to plan ahead for the well-being of existing or future disabled employees who require easy access. It will also help visitors and clients who may wish to drop by your office and meet you and your staff in person. Taking into account the needs of disabled individuals…

  • How to Design the Perfect Law Office

    The legal world is a complex one, and people who engage with it are often intimidated by its sheer weight and time-consuming aspects. However, there are times when hiring an attorney or legal service is necessary, and law firms can make the experience a far less stressful one by incorporating the right kinds of trends…

  • Balancing Functionality and Aesthetics in Commercial Interior Design

    Figuring out how to balance aesthetics and functionality in your office design involves identifying the needs of your company, and your employees. You can begin by understanding the functional requirements of the office space, as well as daily operations, special activities, the number of employees that will be sharing the space, and all necessary office…

  • Sensyst Predicts The Future Office Of 2030 And Beyond

    Here at Sensyst, we’re proud to claim that we’ve sat at the leading forefront of office design trends for many years, and we’re always looking forward to the future. However, that usually equates to the next fiscal year or two, as opposed to many years forward. The office of 2030 will look quite a bit…

  • The 10 Most Important Elements Of Successful Office Design

    Designing the perfect office workspace requires adherence to several key elements that contribute to its overall success. Depending on your particular amount of square footage, corporate brand aesthetics and culture, these elements may require some rebalancing in order to achieve the correct mix that is perfect for your particular business.  If you’re thinking of designing…

  • The Importance of Branding in Office Design: Creating Spaces that Reflect Your Company’s Identity

    Your company brand should always be reflected in your workspace, as it can generate a feeling of camaraderie and purpose among employees. The right choice of colours, fabrics, design motifs and overall branding can transform the workspace into a model of purpose and focus. Employees feel much more attuned to a company that stresses the…

  • Understanding The Psychology Of Colour In The Workplace

    Colour is an important component of any well-designed workspace, and the right mix and balance can have dramatic effects on the psychological well-being of your workers. A splash n’ dash of colour here or there isn’t quite enough to leverage the full benefits, however. Rather, you’ll need to take into account how each individual colour…

  • Creating a Collaborative Office Environment: Design Strategies for Teamwork

    The very nature of business means that teamwork is integral to overall success, but it’s surprising just how many companies underestimate the need to nurture it. Today’s workspaces are migrating steadily away from the stuffy and impersonal work models of the past, but they’re also facing a new set of challenges, such as how to…

  • How To Optimize The Conference Room For Hybrid Meetings

    The conference room has forever held a somewhat stereotypical image for many workers the world over. It’s widely regarded as the place where the corporate higher-ups have serious meetings and look at slides, while making important decisions about the direction of the company. That does happen, but today’s conference rooms have also become multifunctional spaces…

  • Should You Hire A Professional To Redesign Your Office Space?

    It’s easy to conjure up the perfect office space in your head, but turning it into a reality is far trickier. Often, we aren’t able to take important criteria into account, such as spacing, aesthetics, and most importantly, functionality. It pays to hire the professionals to step in and offer their assistance. Plus, it saves…