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As companies have returned to the office, it’s become clear that hybrid working may be here to stay, with a mixture of days working from home and days in the office. It’s safe to say that the face of the working world has changed for good, and hybrid working looks like it’s here to stay. So, how will this change your office space in 2022?
Most people tend to invest time and effort into making their office or workspace as comfortable and pleasant as possible. In 2022 this will increasingly be reflected in office buildings themselves. By investing in comfortable furniture made from soft, flexible materials, and choosing calming colour palettes. Remember to take into consideration the air quality and temperature of the office too. The look is to make the office space feel more home from home rather than formal.
Providing your employees with a workspace that is as warm, enjoyable, and as human as possible will mean that they can focus on their productivity and creative ideas, both at home and in the office.
When working from home, employees often like to switch between rooms. For example, you might have one room in your home that you prefer for video calls as it’s quieter and more formal, and one more cosy, relaxed room that you take your laptop into when you are carrying out individual work.
This is something that is now beginning to be reflected in the office, with formal meeting spaces alongside more relaxed collaborative spaces or soundproof areas where people can go to focus by themselves without interruption. The aim here is to provide your employees with options to help them work efficiently, as different people work well in different environments. We have helped many businesses make these changes and they really look good, comfortable, and rewarding. Contact us today so we can achieve your business goals.