The summer colour palette features subtle beige hues evoking associations with the beach and desert, and blue. Surrounded by sea waves or ocean breeze, we seek calm and tranquillity. These natural associations can be a fantastic inspiration for arranging office space.
Contemporary organizations vary in terms of specific features of their business processes or workplace culture. Consequently, interior designers should consider whether the company's employees often have contact with customers, tend to work in silence and concentrate on their tasks or perhaps rely on creative brainstorming sessions during their day-to-day activities.
An analysis of these processes will determine the division of office space into a number of areas:
More information about different office areas is available here.
Blue is the colour of the sky and water. It is mainly associated with the area of rest and relaxation and concentration, where you can clear your mind and calm down your emotions. On the other hand, blue supports concentration. In a blue environment, you can shut yourself off from stimuli and focus on the task at hand.
- A combination of the colours of the beach, desert and ocean provides beautiful, natural inspirations for office interiors. Used in chillout rooms or social areas, they make the interior appear more open, friendly and natural. We want to go there, even for a moment, to recharge our batteries and return to our daily tasks with renewed energy – says Joanna Perek, architect at Nowy Styl.
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