Most businesses decide at some point that they need to consider an office ft out. It could be that you are moving to new premises or perhaps your office just needs updating. Regardless of the reasons behind it an office fit out is something that requires a great deal of thought and consideration.
In recent years open plan offices have become increasingly popular amongst business' the world over. Following on from the examples set by the likes of Google and Microsoft we came to believe that working openly would lead to increased productivity and more social work environments. However, having implemented open office environments many companies are beginning to see that they aren't all they cracked up to be. In fact, recent studies suggest that open plan offices don't actually boost productivity as much as first imagined. Glass partitions however, are an excellent solution to the potential pitfalls companies are facing due to this previous trend. Let us explain:
Did you know that i Wall have not one, but two showrooms in London?
Following the first project that i Wall completed for the Discovery Channel, we were asked to complete a second project involving eleven meeting pods, in the colours of the Olympic Rings.
With a baffling array of glass office partitions available in the marketplace, it is often difficult to know what to look for in a quality solution. To help with your selection, we have devised some considerations when specifying glass office partitions.
The project for Slack, the fastest growing business application in history, creator of the workplace messaging system by the same name focused as with many modern office spaces on creating an inspiring work space which delivered opportunities for social interaction.
i Wall were asked by Cadence to provide an environment where staff have access to a range of agile working environments. This was due to a substantial business expansion and Cadence needed a much bigger office space.