Workspaces are like second homes, places where Americans spend a considerable amount of time. These places should be functional, open, well-lighted, beautiful, and friendly and stress-free environments. However, many corporate offices are bland non-descriptive spaces. Creating a comfortable, visual stimulating and interactive workspace can dramatically change the dynamics of a company, boost work productivity and create happiness at work.
Mario R., from Boston, MA, had a startup company moving to a space that needed remodeling and design. He was “seeing a designer to create, furnish and accessorize a 1059 sqf office space for our new business…goal is to make the space functional, comfortable and fun in a budget conscious manner. “Mario’s project received 13 concept submissions, and he ultimately choose a proposal from an architect also located in Massachusetts. Bathco Ltd. was looking to re-design a new office space in Zurich, Switzerland “in which an inspiring and productive work will take place.” The company received 10 beautiful and functional submissions and elected a design from Jooca Studio, Romania. Fuji F., from Singapore had a similar project and wanted to design a modern “apple-store” feeling office space. The project received 11 gorgeous proposals, and Fuji opted for a concept from Cristian Traistaru, a designer from Romania.