Businesses may have employees on a team that need to collaborate to finalize projects while other teams have been assigned individual tasks where each employee needs to work independently, or made need to be independent some of the time.
Planning a space, especially a large commercial space, can be a very daunting task. Have you ever walked into a space and the second you arrived you wanted to turn around and walk right back out of it? Maybe, you couldn’t put your finger on just exactly what affected you.
Omega’s top resimercial picks for 2018 are Kimball pieces from the Pairings, Splendor, Dwell, Bloom, Nash, Boyd and Pose lines. Residential-inspired elements are brought into this workspace while still maintaining the commercial quality needed for such a space.
If we have to wait, we aim to accomplish while we wait. It’s very important for customers to be able to spend their time effectively. So, is your waiting area worth your customer’s time?
Natural light spills into this small space from front to back leaving the environment filled with an airy feeling that welcomes everyone.
Now that traditional floor plans are being tossed out in favor of open concept environments, businesses are free to be more creative with their offices by incorporating a variety of furniture elements. We are able to do this by certain furniture combinations or pairings.
“We are proof that it is an acheivable thing”, David McCormick said. “Morgantown is a great place to do business because of all the activity. However, a lot of our business comes from other parts of West Virginia. We truly are a statewide company.”
The growth of your company has implemented certain corporate branding strategies that need to be reinforced. It’s now time for change in your company’s environment that further reflects your branding strategies. There are ways to apply applications of corporate branding strategies to commercial interior design.
Window treatments polish off an overall look and feel of your company’s workspace.
Light and space are essential elements to production in any workspace. Designers can achieve the feeling of more light and open space in small workspaces by incorporating the use of glass.