What kind of factors create an atmosphere conducive to productivity?
The boundaries between our professional and personal lives are becoming less and less distinct. These days, modern offices are spaces that have to meet the same, if not higher, standards than our homes. This is why factors such as acoustics, lighting, climate control, and colour schemes play a central role in creating an inspiring atmosphere that is conductive to productivity.
What type of lighting will be most energy efficient and promote concentration and well-being?
"Intelligent" lighting allows light sources to be individually adjusted and is specifically tailored to employees' needs. Thanks to rapid developments over recent years, designers can now choose from a wide spectrum of modern light sources and control technologies to design well-balanced and energy efficient lighting solutions.
How to create good acoustics
One of the key requirements for concentration and well-being are good acoustics. This is why acoustic solutions to create conditions that are conducive to speech and hearing need to be taken into account as early as the building and room planning phase.
What measures are necessary to promote a good indoor climate?
Ideally, indoor temperatures should be between 20 and 26° C. Luckily, there is now a wide range of intelligent solutions that avoid the problems associated with classical air conditioning systems, are energy efficient, create a good indoor climate and do not increase noise levels or have a negative impact on health.
What kind of design features and furniture should the space have?
Well-designed colour schemes, carefully selected flooring and office furniture materials give office interiors an imaginative edge and hence add that something extra.
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"One of the keys for effectively and efficiently supporting communication and productivity in offices is managing the feat of seamlessly meeting both functional and ergonomic needs when designing workspaces and offices. In addition to the above, there is also a need for greater emphasis of the feel-good factor and happiness of the employees. As the distinction between our public and private lives is becoming less and less clear, companies ignoring this fact might come to fare increasingly worse in the headhunting realm."
Günter Osterhaus Head of Planning and Project Management