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OFFICE SPACE PLANNING SINGAPORE

PROJECT GALLERY: WILLIS TOWERS WATSON

CASE STUDY: UNICREDIT

What are Space Planning Concepts, Space Strategies and Layout plans? How does this figure into the scope of interior Design? Do I have to do space planning?

What exactly is Space Planning?

After determining your brief, Space Planning is the next Key Jigsaw in your Corporate interior Design Project. It begins with a definition of what types of spaces are required in your office – Production Areas, Collaboration Areas, Quiet Areas, Phone Booths, Meeting Zones etc. Based on those requirements, the designer can then start to draw up a layout of whole area, and allocating spatial zones based on your specific needs and requirements.

The next step would then be to plot in the furniture types – workstations, collaboration Furniture, Discussion Pods, Pantry Benches etc., and determine how traffic should flow through the space. A completed layout is then handed back to you for approval.

Sounds basic, why do we even have to discuss this then?

A Good Corporate Interior Design firm can offer a wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to sharing the best Space Strategies. Little things which may seem intuitive, for example: Having collaborative / quiet areas near a CEO would be a great way of seeing these spaces unutilized, having accountants who require high degrees of concentration near a utility area where heavy printing is taking place is a recipe for disaster.

A good space planner like Sennex can reduce these inconveniences and improve the understanding of synergies like having sales next to technical for quick and easy sales support, HR near Finance for easy arrangement of Salary processes amongst others.

Well, I’m sold. How do I tell the difference between a good layout and a bad one?

A Good Layout Plan is backed by strong Space Planning Principles and is well thought through. If your interior designer is unable to explain what that chair is doing there, or why there is a table in the middle of the circulation area, you can be quite sure they are not doing their jobs.

An Excellent Space Planner will be able to explain why your space has been configured to encourage communication amongst your colleagues, building a sense of belonging to the company, increase the number of unplanned interactions for workplace synergies, whilst not affecting productivity in any form.

Anything else I should take note of?

At Sennex we incorporate other aspects of interior design such as branding in the forms of Digital as well as Print Branding to show you the best way to activate your space. Find our more under the section “Workplace Branding”.

Speak to us to understand how we can help you exploit the synergies your space can bring to your office.

What are Space Planning Concepts, Space Strategies and Layout plans? How does this figure into the scope of interior Design? Do I have to do space planning?

What exactly is Space Planning?

After determining your brief, Space Planning is the next Key Jigsaw in your Corporate interior Design Project. It begins with a definition of what types of spaces are required in your office – Production Areas, Collaboration Areas, Quiet Areas, Phone Booths, Meeting Zones etc. Based on those requirements, the designer can then start to draw up a layout of whole area, and allocating spatial zones based on your specific needs and requirements.

The next step would then be to plot in the furniture types – workstations, collaboration Furniture, Discussion Pods, Pantry Benches etc., and determine how traffic should flow through the space. A completed layout is then handed back to you for approval.

Sounds basic, why do we even have to discuss this then?

A Good Corporate Interior Design firm can offer a wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to sharing the best Space Strategies. Little things which may seem intuitive, for example: Having collaborative / quiet areas near a CEO would be a great way of seeing these spaces unutilized, having accountants who require high degrees of concentration near a utility area where heavy printing is taking place is a recipe for disaster.

A good space planner like Sennex can reduce these inconveniences and improve the understanding of synergies like having sales next to technical for quick and easy sales support, HR near Finance for easy arrangement of Salary processes amongst others.

Well, I’m sold. How do I tell the difference between a good layout and a bad one?

A Good Layout Plan is backed by strong Space Planning Principles and is well thought through. If your interior designer is unable to explain what that chair is doing there, or why there is a table in the middle of the circulation area, you can be quite sure they are not doing their jobs.

An Excellent Space Planner will be able to explain why your space has been configured to encourage communication amongst your colleagues, building a sense of belonging to the company, increase the number of unplanned interactions for workplace synergies, whilst not affecting productivity in any form.

Anything else I should take note of?

At Sennex we incorporate other aspects of interior design such as branding in the forms of Digital as well as Print Branding to show you the best way to activate your space. Find our more under the section “Workplace Branding”.

Speak to us to understand how we can help you exploit the synergies your space can bring to your office.

PROJECT GALLERY: WILLIS TOWERS WATSON

CASE STUDY: UNICREDIT

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