A workspace design for a tech company requires one to incorporate the elements that fosters creativity, collaboration and productivity, that is why the work done at MyFurex by DHK Designs implemented these elements to make working at the company smooth.
Designing the workspace with a flexible layout that creates ease of movement and accommodation for its staff was a priority of the client, from the seating structure of each staff to a desk to the spacious aisle for easy access to other areas of the office.
Standing our ground on investing in high quality furniture and pieces, the team at DHK Designs sourced for ergonomic chairs, adjustable desks, that supports employee comfort and well-being, especially for those spending long hours at their desks. You can also find at some corners of the office, a sofa for one to sit and brainstorm whilst being cozy, a bean bag for a more relaxed time-out off work, a cubic side foam stool that adds a unique style to the room.
Introducing the elements of nature into the workspace, such as the smaller green plants found on the corners of the work desks and the taller plants at each corridor, to improve air quality and stress reduction. The project requirements to infuse the designs with elements that reflects the company’s brand and culture was greatly put to use; such as the colour scheme, graphics, picture frame that speaks words of technology and the logo displays, to create an inspiring environment.
Making sure to give keen attention to details in the design of MYFUREX HEAD office involved selection of high-quality materials, with thoughtful placement of the furniture and design pieces all to incorporate the values and identity of the company.
Focusing on the living room, dining space and bedroom in particular was where the magic happened. As you walk into the living area (entertainment room), you’d find the layout quite basic yet accentuated in a unique way, with a grey coloured cosy sofa placed in an L-shape manner, along with a single brown vintage leather chair and the petite sized cuboid centre table, all mounted on the well textured smooth rug that pops the colours of the furniture. The television floating console cannot be left out, as it is seen placed against the textured black wall, with a touch of green plants and raffia flowers on the console.
Walking away from the living area brings you straight to the dinning space, where the full length draped black curtains steals the spotlight, with the white blinds to give it layers. This dinning area comprises of a Nordic style of 4 sitting dinning table set and a plant just beside the curtains.
And for the elephant of the project is the intimate bedroom space. From the detailed bed frame, to the rug, the lighting beneath the bed and above the bedhead all bring to proportion the reason to stay huddled up in this inviting cosy room.
It is concluded, that even with a dark themed space, the team at Dhk Designs made sure to work with natural lighting also peaking its way into the room through the lengthy curtains, as should be.