Research suggests that having chill-out spaces in the office will attract young talent.
Smaller offices can sometimes present a challenge in terms of maximising space whilst ensuring a layout that increases productivity. In this guide, we offer some tips on getting the most out of your small office space with some recent case studies included.
At Dale, we believe using colour effectively is an integral part of creating a workspace that reflects your organisation’s culture.
Research gives an insight into the impact a manager’s position in the office has on employee productivity
Top tips on how lighting, décor, furniture and technology can all help employees succeed in the workplace.
Office partitions are the key to creating versatile working areas within the office.
Workplace design is known to have a significant effect on productivity and not having enough variety of space to work in can impact on employee satisfaction and performance.
Find out more about the evolution of ergonomics and how it can be integrated into open-plan office design.
Find out why office partitions are the answer to creating functional private spaces within the office.
How design affects office communication, mood and productivity.
Rethink your meeting room to increase creativity.
Many organisations don’t budget for art in their commercial interiors projects. Yet some feel “art is a critical component – on par with light, air, ergonomics and quiet spaces” in a well considered office design. We think the tide is turning and more businesses are starting to feel that art is a necessity for their workspace.
As a company becomes more successful it often needs to recruit staff to manage the growing workload. Typically, the addition of extra bodies leads bosses to feel that they’ve outgrown their current office space and make an instant decision to relocate—despite this not always being necessary.
Office fit outs can be broadly categorised into three different types. On this page, we give a definition of those three types and explain the important differences between them.
Independent research by Dale Office highlights how businesses are increasingly recognising the benefits of accommodating flexible working arrangements through office design.