Jul 21, 2019 | Updated: 09:46 AM EDT

Expert Interior Design Tips for a Corporate Office

Jun 22, 2019 04:45 PM EDT

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In Bangalore, the name Taurus Inspro is well known around corporate offices for providing quality interior design. This firm offers interior design services to the country's top architects, corporate offices, villas, the best residential architects in Bangalore.

According to the experts from this firm, when a corporate office starts up, the foremost difficult part is the interior design phase. This is because of the confusion of what really makes up the interior of a corporate office. The team pointed out that the corporate office is a "workplace", which means that this Space would not need excessive furnishings and electronics, contrary to many present-day interior layouts. Because of this confusion, the team of experts from Taurus Inspro has put together a simple guide for designing the interiors of a corporate office.

First of all, space management should be given priority as each inch of space has a purpose. It is important to identify different factors such as the number of workers that will use the office, the function of the areas whether as storage and or workstation and of course, the lounge. The experts recommend putting workstations at corners, minding if the placement and quantity are according to provisional requirements.

Next important element on the list is the choice of furniture. Although this is a work area it is still important to have comfortable furniture. One has to remember that the workers would be sitting on the chair for the whole day. This makes the choice of furniture critical as it could either promote productivity or demotivate employees.

The third item that should be considered in accomplishing the interior design for a corporate office is the color scheme. The color scheme can dictate the overall mood in an office. There are different references for psychological behavior linked to different colors such as blue for relaxation, or gray for monotony.

Lighting is also important in a workspace. Often, offices neglect to give importance to natural lighting. However, letting light natural light coming in through windows could brighten the workplace and imbue the sense of liveliness.

It is also important to consider the storage quotient of workspace. Files will be coming in and out of the office all the time which makes it important for proper proportioning of storage. The type of storage is also important such as some files are better stored in drawers, shelves, folders, and others.

According to the experts from Taurus Inspro, the reception should be spectacular. This functional area of a workplace is primarily the first impression that outsiders get of the office. The experts added that a pleasant reception has a positive impact on visitors as well as employees.

The conference room is another necessary feature of a workplace which has to be designed with the right proportions to accommodate the appropriate furnishings and equipment. For example, a conference room should be able to accommodate a large table where people can have a meaningful discussion while facing each other. At the same time, the conference room should be ready for presentations. Thus, the design should be able to accommodate a projector, among other equipment.

This is all very technical factors that are crucial in setting a tone in a workplace that will still, at the same time, motivate the workers and promote productivity. Still, the experts are open to experimenting with different spirited combinations, or replacement for some technology or equipment. The experts also added that it is important to leave some space for recreational activities as this is also an important factor that would avoid demotivation.

In general, Taurus Inspro is still keen on having a unified look for a workplace setting. The interior design firm emphasized that even if the furniture is fashionable if it doesn't suit the bill then other options should be considered.

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