With almost three decades’ experience in helping clients create workplaces perfectly suited to a company’s culture and function, Business Interiors by Staples can help you maximise employees’ health, happiness and productivity.
April 28th, 2014
As more organisations are looking for new and innovative ways to engage employees by creating spaces that are both appealing and productive, the role of furniture in office design is rapidly changing. Building on 28 years of experience in the business furniture industry, Business Interiors by Staples understands that good design is rooted in an understanding of human behaviour. Creating a successful new working environment is to find an approach that understands social change, and draws on tomorrow’s working style trends in order to deliver perfect and functional design.
Launching in Australia and New Zealand earlier this year, the new standalone brand is solely focused on supplying contract or project furniture solutions to the commercial furniture market. Connecting customers with high-end, custom-made products that epitomise quality and value, the Business Interiors by Staples team achieve cutting-edge, inspirational workspaces through applying their extensive product knowledge and industry expertise in space planning and interior design.
Passionate about all things furniture and design, the Business Interiors by Staples team work closely with clients, to guide a project from concept to finished environment. To achieve this, their ethos is simple: to find the perfect balance of style and function through applying the trends of tomorrow, taking care to consider ergonomic and environmental impacts. In addition to the necessary expertise, the brand also offers sourcing capabilities through their global parent brand, the benefits of a robust supply chain, risk mitigation strategies, and ability to deliver on time and to budget.
The Business Interiors by Staples team can create a commercial fit-out for any industry that will improve morale, help people be more productive, or give a multi-site company a consistent look and feel. They provide expert consultancy on contemporary and upcoming furniture, office design and working style trends and thrive on helping businesses to achieve their design vision. They’re with clients every step of the way in ensuring they capture the image the company wishes to project – a perfect balance of style and function.
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