As work culture and needs evolved at the turn of the century, so did office design and architecture. The visible shift in the way companies do business, resulted in a change in the way offices were constructed and designed. Today, large open spaces, open plan seating, bright and vibrant colours and sleek forms are characteristic of contemporary office interiors.
At its heart, modern office design favours functionality and simplicity over heavy and ornate décor. It is an aesthetic that is rooted in the core principles of the modern workplace; productivity and efficiency. Its hallmarks are sleek contemporary furniture, a colour palette that leans towards cool tones and quirky accents that add character to the space.
To better understand the difference between classic and contemporary office interiors, let’s look at how commonly used spaces in the office have evolved over the years.
Turnkey Interior design solutions, usually incorporate most of these design principles while customising them to reflect the character and personality of the firm. Keeping the work style of the company in mind, additional design ideas are incorporated to enhance efficiency within the workplace. The right interior design firm can seamlessly incorporate a company’s personality and ethos within its interior décor, crafting an office space that is modern and stylish yet completely unique.