Nature and design for collaborative offices that look outwards
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Nature and design for collaborative offices that look outwards

27 May, 2022

The post-pandemic era has brought a paradigm shift in interior design and office furniture. As employees have been returning to the office, hybrid, outdoor and flexible workspaces have gained relevance at a time when comfort, ergonomics and functionality are being highly considered. Fundamental aspects to foster involvement, concentration, collaboration, and team performance in the office.

The future of the office: hybrid workplaces and flexibility

The future of collaborative offices is now. In a moment in which innovation stands at the center of the business strategy and culture, the commitment to flexible working is strong. A unique opportunity to turn workspaces into dynamic environments through interior design, landscaping, and furniture.

In addition, the global team experience in offices has been reconsidered. According to different studies and research, creating hybrid spaces that connect indoor and outdoor scenarios has a clear positive impact in the mood and well-being of employees. Outdoor spaces improve physical and mental health, while stimulating creativity and productivity.

Nature and design for collaborative offices that look outwards
Nature and design for collaborative offices that look outwards

Biophilic design is on trend

Biophilic design has gained popularity in new office models. A popular trend that seeks to incorporate nature into the workplace, creating inspiring environments that contribute to reduce stress levels, improve the team’s quality of life and, therefore, increase the company’s success. In this sense, natural elements such as trees, plants or fountains become as important as considering the entry of natural light into the space.

Nature and design for collaborative offices that look outwards

Collaborative furniture for indoor and outdoor offices

At Viccarbe, we offer multiple solutions to promote hybrid offices that combine design with nature. Functional, comfortable, and collaborative furniture such as tables, chairs, benches, or modular sofas that provide great flexibility and dynamism to both indoor and outdoor workspaces. The connection with nature has become an essential key point to foster commitment, productivity, and concentration of the team, but also encourage their well-being and disconnection.

In the long run, these new collaborative workspaces and biophilic interior design will define and add value to the company’s culture and will help to attract and retain talent.

Nature and design for collaborative offices that look outwards
Nature and design for collaborative offices that look outwards