The world of working is developing. Creating a space for your employees to work happily and productively is a key challenge for all companies, no matter how big or small. Take a look at what the biggest trends in office design are for 2020. Many of these office design trends have been popping up across many industries for a while. But they show no signs of becoming less popular anytime soon!
WGSN is a trend forecasting company used by designers across industries. WGSN has announced that neo mint will be the colour of 2020. It will be particularly popular in the Fashion and Interiors industries!
A colour sharply growing in popularity for interior products.
Colour blocking has made a reappearance within the fashion industry. This means this trend is already creeping into the world of interiors. Hues of the same colour family have been seen blocked together on the stands at design fairs.
Sustainability – make a feature of the history of the location, don’t cover it.
Gusto’s office is a former Union Iron Works machine shop. With high-ceilings, Gusto preserved as much of the original architecture as it could. This includes the pipes and beams and old gantry cranes overhead.
As a backlash to the open plan collaboration spaces, people are starting to crave escapes. Now designers are creating space for personality types, with a new focus on catering to the introvert.
Employee experience continues to be a hot trend in HR and workforce conversation. Experience-driven offices boost happiness, build communities, and increase morale.
Advances in technology and the near paperless nature of work is enabling people to work remotely. Cafés resemble living rooms. Restaurants feel like home kitchens. Modern work spaces are full of home comforts.
Biophilic Design is fast becoming one of the most important design considerations of this century
Whilst the term is not new, it has become established in the architecture and design world. It is fast becoming recognised by owners and managers of most organisations globally.
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