While desk occupancy sensors and meeting room booking system ensure optimal space utilisation, muted tones derived from Eraneos’s corporate colours create a lively atmosphere.
Many of our clients have moved away from the private office model, but not many have gone one step further and decided against homebases. Allowing people to choose their workstation freely is an agile and organic way to stimulate collaboration between teams and individuals.
We are very excited about the new office. It is a perfect post-covid workplace, it has all the attraction points and it is very well set up functionally, so that people can return to the office in the easiest way possible.
Stress causes a myriad of long-term health problems, so we aim to reduce stress at work by designing spaces that help people to be more focused and get things done in a positive way.
We want to design and build not for now, but for later – in 5 to 10 years’ time, and the longer we wait with decision making, the closer we are to that future.
The office should become a supercharger of the company culture.
People enjoy the freedom and self-determination of working from home. The concept of home office is certainly here to stay.
The vibrant and inviting service centre is a beloved informal meeting point for employees from different departments where staff members are able to meet, share their experiences, explore the latest products and services and feel a strong sense of belonging to one unified brand.
Designing a campus of this scale and within such vibrant culture was an exciting challenge for us. We focused on delivering a functional, efficient and comfortable work environment, but most of all wanted to create it as bright, lively and contemporary as possible.
It’s not just about managing an impersonal space of brick and mortar but it is also about providing employees with an environment that is conducive to productivity and well-being.
The balancing act between the corporate identity of the company and the individuality of the employees is our greatest challenge.
Offices are now less of a place to go and more of a place to be.
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