Working environments in particular involve many different personalities and needs and are subject to constant change. This requires intensive analysis and support in the event of a redesign. The key is to focus on identification in the space.
The right questions and dialogue lead to the goal
At the beginning of an office redesign, there is usually a workshop between the implementation partner and the customer. This is about getting to know each other, at all levels. As a company, as people. And it’s about jointly developing a vision for the workplace of the future. Asking the right questions, listening and an extended dialog are essential here – and create identification at all levels.
Innovation alongside tradition
The world of work has changed fundamentally in recent years. Companies must set themselves apart with their office space in order to attract the best workers. Living room atmosphere instead of open-plan office? Zones instead of individual workstations? Or perhaps the classic, discreet individual office after all? Every industry, every company and every building has its own characteristics.
Customized and sustainable
The potential of the possibilities is measured by what is used – or not. Customized solutions are increasingly in demand.