For a creative mind have a creative and inspiring workspace is important. So today inspiration brings you examples of Workplace Design. Designers have workplaces on their mind. Demand for spaces that enable a technology-driven workforce, collaborative projects and a range of working styles has exploded recently.
In May of this year, an Interior Design roundtable with leading design firms, manufacturers, and end-users at WeWork Bryant Park provided further insight into the changing nature of the office environment. The theme was “ancillary is the new primary,” and participants offered their thoughts on why ancillary furnishings are now being treated as paramount. Everything from the maturing of the millennial workforce to the pervasiveness of smart devices to the growing popularity of design in the wider culture was posited as a reason for this paradigm shift.
For example, RH Contract’sthoughtfully curated collection of ancillary seating, tables, lighting, and outdoor products facilitate workplace flexibility and collaboration. The products reflect a unique combination of residential and hospitality scale, comfort, technology, and materials to support the new workplace design thinking and trends highlight during the roundtable. Taking a second to settle into a well-designed, comfortable chair or sofa to relax and charge one’s device is the perfect representation of what the contemporary personnel needs to maximize productivity and enjoy the spaces where they spend the majority of their time.