Thursday, January 28, 2016

10 Design Ideas to Enhance Your Workspace


Work efficiency is comprised of more than just actionable lists and process engagements. The environment surrounding you affects your frame of mind and your productivity. Things like sound and temperature have been proven to influence your typing accuracy and speed. Managing your workspace is an efficient way to exhibit competence to yourself and others.

For an organization to develop extraordinary work, members of the team need to feel good and protected in their respective working space. Attaining that is only a matter of opening up to what’s achievable by means of ingenious – and not essentially costly – design alternatives.

Designing the environment where individuals work and devote the bigger part of their day is vital for how they will feel in that space. That is the sentimental and practical part of workplace design.

You can use your workplace as a strategic resource for advancement. Appearances conveniently translate into performance regarding office design. This inevitably creates several wonderful rewards for your team, which includes increased work flow and polished creativity.

Here are ten helpful tips about improving your workspace design so that you can make the best of your work environment without overdoing it.

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SOURCE: inspirationfeed.com

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

The Evolution of the Work Desk

Check out the Infographic below and take a look at the desk’s evolution: from the days of the Class Macintosh to the trendy era of treadmill desks.

The Evolution of Work Desk
Courtesy of: We Are Top 10

See also this cool video titled "Transformation of the Office" by BestReviews.com

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

It’s Time to Re-Think the Entire Office

Our chairs are killing us, but that’s just the start. Why it’s time to re-think the entire office

The history of the office has always been something of a tug of war between productivity — the demands of the employer — and the wellbeing of the employees. Here's how (and why) that's changing.

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SOURCE: NATIONAL POST

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Case Study: Bayer Healthcare

Photo by Garrett Rowland.
bfi was privileged to work with Gensler to furnish the entire ancillary furniture project for Bayer Healthcare's 700,000 sq. ft. corporate relocation exemplifying our furniture expertise in value engineering to reduce overall costs and to deliver the project within the client's project schedule.
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source: Interior Design