As workplaces take on a new identity in a post-pandemic world, Business Interiors is enabling engagement, collaboration and culture with intelligent furniture solutions that address the evolving needs of employees and organisations.
August 24th, 2022
Ever since COVID-19 pandemic triggered a dramatic shift in the way we work, employees and organisations have come to fully appreciate the benefits of remote working from both a business and personal perspective. As a result, many organisations are opting for hybrid working models that seek to find a balance between physical and virtual work experiences.
For us to fully reap the rewards of hybrid work and to entice people back into the office, workplace design has to adapt. Offices need to become destinations with a purpose – a place for collaboration, creativity, and learning, where an employee feels nurtured and a sense of belonging, and the barriers between the virtual and physical are dissolved.
Leading furniture solutions provider, Business Interiors understands the importance of creating high-quality environments in this new hybrid landscape. From small refreshes to complete fit-outs, Business Interiors supplies furniture that is consciously informed by the way a space will be occupied and the desired experience.
With a strong reputation built over three decades, Business Interiors transform spaces into experiences with intelligent furniture solutions to enable engagement, collaboration and culture. Working across various commercial sectors and environments, key to the company’s success is its focus on understanding the needs of the space and its users, and close collaboration with stakeholders throughout the entire process.
The Business Interiors team will assist you across each project stage with specifying highly-customised solutions, project planning and general guidance. Their dedicated Account Managers provide a single point of contact from consultation, delivery through to implementation, providing a seamless end-to-end customer experience.
When it comes to creating furniture fit-outs that inspire collaboration, the Business Interiors team makes the process simple and ensures that everything is completed as planned.
Business Interiors supplies a range of high-quality furniture from leading European and Australian brands, which represent the very best in ergonomics, craftsmanship and innovation. Their stable of brands include renowned furniture designers such as Dauphin, Beparta, Thinking Works, Fineseat, Pedrali, Luxmy, Jonas Ihreborn, Konfurb, Sebel and Midj.
In Australia, commercial spaces must meet strict regulatory requirements for performance and design. Business Interiors supplies products that meet stringent quality testing, legislation and industry benchmarks, giving clients confidence that their selected furniture solutions are durable, longlasting and fit-for-purpose.
In addition, Business Interiors is helping organisations work towards a more sustainable future with solutions that meet stringent environmental and sustainability standards, including GECA-certified products; furniture that uses only FSC-certified timbers; products that are Greenguard certified for low chemical emissions; efficient solutions that contribute to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) building certification; and more.
Tapped into the forefront of local and global design conversation, the Business Interiors team has knowledge of the latest interior trends to help clients create dynamic spaces that are beautiful as well as functional. To help achieve their client’s vision, Business Interiors can leverage their national logistics and distribution footprint to offer competitively priced products and meet fast delivery timelines.
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