Behind every successful business or organization, there is a successful workspace with strong interior design and architectural works put in place.
An efficient approach to harnessing employee’s potentials to raise the bar in an organization, small or big, is creating a well structured workplace or better yet an enabling working environment for employees. A well designed office space is a tool for building a strong workforce community which is a long shot. It would come with some price tag depending on choice but it pays off its price in the long run. And more so, for what it’s worth, paying the price is not an option for people who truly mean business.
Facts from record show that employee would roll possibility out impossibility to calling into play the highest level of creativity and skills to see to the success of an organization as much as they are comfortable with the working environment. That comfort as well as convenience boosts their mental health– the most critical factor to performance. Good mental health is translated into improved performance and productivity.
By and large, achieving that ambient workplace which adds essence to employee and makes them stretch their limit to see to the success completion everyday operation is a function of good architectural planning and interior design strategies. Bringing professional interior designer and architect into play when planning to set up an office space will have the meat sold. The designer and architect work hand in glove planning the design process in a bid and quest to make the office space a feat for success.
Who Comes First- an Architect or a Designer?
A designer and architect work hand in hand but have different roles to play in the process of setting up a workspace. There is no definite answer to the question for the fact that commercial spaces don’t have the same designs and planning arrangements. In a nutshell, who to bring into play first hinges largely on the nature of a project.
Architect are charged with managing the construction process of a project. They work with other contractors, subcontractors and everybody who’s part of a building team to make sure that the project is well completed. They manage different aspects of a job including material selection.
A commercial designer on the other hand is charged with the interior decoration and design of a room or building. A designer works hardest to achieve a design which fits into the structural architecture of a project. They work with aesthetics, uniqueness and function in mind– in other words, they design a space not just to look appealing but to also support occupants or people who make use of a it.
Both an architect and interior designer can work hand in gloves from the very start of a project to finish. A designer can function as a helping hand to an architect aiding in project design outlining and similar construction arrangements.