Corporate office designers blend mood, brand and functionality into their designs, crafting a work space that is both inspiring and efficient. As people spend more hours in their office than in their homes, commercial interior designers like The Ashleys have evolved their corporate designs to create work environments that are ergonomically friendly and aesthetically pleasing.
At The Ashleys, we believe that private offices need not exude a clichéd office environment, but can instead be customized to reflect the owner’s lifestyle and taste. For larger officers, the space must be optimized to uplift and soothe, allowing employees to stay fresh and healthy, and increase work efficiency.
As consummate corporate office designers, The Ashleys use contemporary style and décor to help employees resonate with the brand. This enables people to feel connected and makes it easier to remain in a closed environment for long hours. A testimony to The Ashleys’ design philosophy, far more valuable than any award, is the feedback of several clients, stating that their employees enjoy spending more time at office just because the space is so overwhelming and fun to work in.
Design must walk the talk, understanding the essence of the company and the flow of the space. A corporate office requires collaborative work; therefore it must be designed to enhance team work, while providing enough space for each member to focus on their own work. When it comes to upper management work stations, the cabins for CEOs or heads of business must reflect their personalities in an aesthetic manner.
The reception and waiting lounge is the first touchpoint for anyone visiting the office or working here, the design language begins from the outset and extends throughout the space. As experienced commercial interior designers, The Ashleys use contemporary materials and décor to narrate a visual success story and add aspirational appeal.
Designing for optimum space utilization, keeping maintenance costs low, and working out smart storage options are the prime practical concerns for corporate interior designers. The Ashleys build commercial spaces where clutter is reduced and work areas remain efficient. They combine functional and experiential configurations together to create a holistic workspace that represents the brand culture.