We love taking a peek into the offices of other companies, and seeing just where our furniture hire range would fit in!
Identity With An Impact
Offices often form part of the identity of a company. They are usually designed to reflect the branding of businesses, but of course they have to be functional and practical too. I think many of us have heard about those offices within larger media firms where workers can rollerskate to meetings or travel quickly between floors using slides.
A recent article has highlighted how popular unique office design is becoming, and showcases a selection of modern locations. Contemporary offices require cutting edge office furniture, so we always ensure our products are up-to-date and on trend as possible so you’re able to get the perfect chairs, tabling and accessories you require. Here’s some way our modern range can fit into novel workspaces!
1. Bringing it inside
When you’re working long days it might feel like you don’t get to spend time outdoors that much. This could be why some offices like to bring the outdoors in! Innocent Drinks offices in London were recently highlighted as one of those locations that has a very natural look to it, thanks to the faux grass carpeting and the long wooden benches that give the interior a park-like feel. We have a range of outdoor furniture if you’d like to bring an outdoor vibe to your venue, such as our white plastic tables, white folding chairs and our chrome bistro tables and chairs too.
2. Get glassy-eyed?
Open plan offices are a great way to get all members of a company interacting, sharing knowledge and building relationships, but they can occasionally get a bit noisy too. One way around this is to install offices with glass walls, as these can still contribute to an open plan atmosphere, but also provides privacy too, for those important meetings and conference calls for example. The premises of IDEA London is a great example of this because of their glass pods, and we think these could be the ideal location for our new ghost bubble chairs, which complement the finish of the see-through walls really well.
3. Old World to the New World
As well as very modern design, such as living walls and glass pods, some offices like to mix in a traditional look too. This can describe Good Technology’s work areas, which feature Chesterfield sofas, darker wood finishes and decadent lighting. When you’re looking to increase both the comfort and style factor of your premises then our Corbusier sofas make an excellent choice, and we have them available in black or white. They feature a timeless cube design, oversized cushions and a chrome frame. They’re fantastic to look at and very comfy to sit on too.
4. Off the planet…
Business locations can get design inspiration from anywhere. Some like a futuristic look, and Bizzby’s offices have been highlighted for its planetary vibe, which results from bold use of colour, contoured seating and exposed brickwork. We have a selection of standout seating that never fails to make a modern and bold impression, including our Keeler chairs. These come in a variety of colours, including black, white, green and red.