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Design at work

In this article I want to talk about how even interior design can contribute in creating a situation of well-being in the workplace.

In fact, if we think that the time we spend in the office is more than the one we spend at home, it’s clear how important it is for the work environment to be welcoming, stimulating and productive.

Of course even the furnishings, can do their part by creating the most suitable atmosphere to achieve the company objectives and employees well-being.

Google's headquarter in London

Bright and organized spaces with elements in harmony with each other, following an interior design concept where nothing is left to chance.

Today's offices are partially open spaces, dressed in colors, lights, green plants, perfumes and furnishings thought in detail.

The open space formula, so common in the past years, is now "out of fashion". According to recent studies, the latter would be considered counterproductive due to background noise and carelessness.
(calculated around -20% productivity)

Microsoft House in Milan

Furthermore, in recent years, companies have started to invest more in creating work environments that contribute to employee happiness, satisfaction and loyalty. An interior designer is able to guide the client in the spaces reorganization, in the arrangement of the various accessories and in the choice of materials (floors, wallpapers, rugs, carpets, …).


Let's see together some elements that can’t be left out in tomorrow's office.

This is pixel: a cube that gives space to imagination to create tables, benches, bookcases ... and much more.



2) SMALL SOUNDPROOFED CORNERS (for a little privacy)
Modular partition walls, born from the need of having a dynamic division of work spaces.


An excellent combination of elegance and light without any interruption.


Nature unleashes creativity and boost productivity.

The Software House designed by Zalewski Architecture Group