There are three key considerations we make when it comes to assessing your current workplace and planning an agile office space design for your future fitout.
No two workplaces operate the same, so together we assess the type of multi-purpose working environment you want to create.
This helps us plan design elements that will allow your people to work at their most inspired and productive level – no matter what that may look like.
Your spatial assessment also considers noise control, acoustics, and visual privacy.
Gone are the days of permanent desks, closed doors, stark lighting, and artificial plants.
Our office space planning extends to the future needs of your business, ensuring our design solution supports your long-term vision.
There are a host of considerations to be made that can influence design decisions and the efficient running on your business, including:
You feel it the moment you enter a room – and your own clients can pick up on it, too.
Merit’s spatial assessment also considers how your customers will interact with your space and where they will best fit in the final design.
The way your office makes your staff feel and the perception they have of the team environment speaks volumes about your culture and professionalism as a business and your identity as a brand.
A deep dive into the daily operation inside your business helps us understand:
Static elements are fixed parts of your office space that will remain in their current location, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and common areas. We may also retain private spaces like offices or conference rooms.
This can include walls or partitions to create a more open-plan, collaborative space.
In addition to the basics like workstation units we must also consider other critical assets such as printers, whiteboards, and storage space.
Fitout elements include any sort of electrical requirement you need to get connected. This can include new wiring, data cabling and sound systems, as well as safety considerations like CCTV and alarm systems.