Can An Office Be Designed for Better ROI?
As an office interiors firm with a focus on return on investment for companies, we are frequently asked, “Can an office be designed for better ROI?” In our years of experience, we have absolutely seen that it can. That’s why in our office design, we go beyond simply arranging new desks, chairs and furniture. We focus on your company’s goals and achieving your vision.
According to this study from Gensler Research and Insight: “the most significant factor in workplace effectiveness is not collaboration, it’s individual focus work.” Focused employees are productive employees, and there are multiple elements of an office design that can increase or decrease focus.
Desks and chairs should be comfortable and positioned to be ergonomically effective. The design should include colors that are reflective of a productive and relaxed environment. Employees should be able to collaborate easily and effectively.
In addition, each type of business requires a different type of design. Corporate offices need both collaborative work spaces and individual focus space. Educational facilities need classroom designs that encourage the learning process. Healthcare offices need waiting rooms that are inviting and comfortable, sufficient file storage space, and physician’s offices that allow for research and consulting with patients.
To answer the question of “Can an office be designed for better ROI?” the team at Bellia Office Design works to accomplish just that. We create spaces that are not only visually appealing, but also encourage focus and productivity. Our office designs also create a strong impression for customers and potential new hires, helping businesses to attract top talent and establish lasting good will. And following our design, we look at your numbers to see how it has impacted your goals.
If you’d like to know more about how Bellia Office Design can improve your ROI, contact us today or use this online form to request a free workspace evaluation. We’re here to help you love the space you’re in.