A place to feel at home
At the point that architecture stops developing, interior design easily continues to add colour. With time and with changes in use. A well-designed interior provides individuality and identity. It is adapted to the people who live or work there. It reflects the ambitions of a company. It helps create an attractive employer.
A well-designed interior provokes, stimulates, inspires and connects. It is harmonised with the culture of its users, but it can also influence them. How you work and where you meet each other in a natural way is to a large extent determined by the interior design.
That’s why we always discuss matters with the users. We climb into their skin. We want to know how they work, what they consider important, what they are proud of, what is the ideal environment for them and why. Based on this, we shape the design. We contribute tranquillity and lucidness. We add colour and texture. We create appealing places where people can feel at home.
New ways of working
The border between work and private life has become vague, especially among young people who no longer work 9 to 5, but work anytime and anywhere. At home, in the train, at the client, in the builders site hut or in a café. Using a laptop, tablet or smartphone. Work can be done everywhere and at all times.
The office is no longer used exclusively for working, but is increasingly a place for meeting. The efficiency of knowledge companies is directly proportional to the interaction and synergy between the people who work there. An attractive work environment is crucial for attracting and retaining talented people.
Today’s work environments offer various manners of working: concentrated, interactive, relaxed, office phone booths and scrum boards, large desks that accommodate double screens, touchdown areas and spacious arrangements where everyone can naturally run into each other.
For more information, please contact Rodi van der Horst.