There has been a tremendous shift in workplace interior design trends over the past few years. While “cool and trendy” office spaces inspired by fleeting fashion trends and instagrammable gimmickry might be a familiar sight in many contemporary offices and co-working places, sometimes it only masks what’s truly important for an organization, rather than making a meaningful impact on employee productivity. Designing a functional modern office goes far beyond just applying such
330 Sqft carpet and 2 sizable director cabins, 6 staff workstations, a pantry and a sofa in a walkway with small reception desk. Given the layout and size (33x10) of this small office, it sounds challenging enough to accommodate these requirements. But, this is what an interior designer and architect is exactly for. And of course, the first step to achieve this challenge is to optimize the floor plan. And just when we thought the puzzle is solved, there was another challenge.