Working behaviours around the world have evolved to spur collaboration while improving employee happiness, productivity and wellbeing through innovative design.
May 9th, 2019
With 43 per cent of millennials expected to leave their jobs within two years, commercial businesses are turning to design approaches and concepts that keep their employees motivated while enabling a balanced work and home life. From a design point of view, this can be done through the inclusion of residential design-inspired products, natural light, and materials that encourage a stress-free working environment.
Greater acceptance that the workspace now has a direct impact on productivity has led more designers to consider design’s role for the new workforce; one that is inclusive without compromising on productivity, one that is performance-oriented with a purpose, and one that looks forward to new working behaviours with optimism.
Adding luxury to all interior spaces since 1986, Designer Rugs has complemented the aesthetics of workplaces around the world. In this whitepaper, we look at how design can cater to the evolving nature of today’s working behaviours and uncover the considerations that architects should keep in mind when specifying products for workplaces today.
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