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In the work place there are many things which can affect us. Natural light is one of the things we would all like more of. From a vitamin boost to helping us sleep, it provides more benefits than just the view.
When it comes to natural light there is much anecdotal evidence about how and when it’s effect gives a return on investment. In the workplace, designers are creating interiors which maximise the daylight flowing through a space. This has a positive effect on our health and wellbeing as well as giving some more tangible benefits.
This design created a BREEAM excellent rating proving it’s sustainability credentials in an agile context.
With endless design possibilities, have a look at our visual privacy options from manifestations to blinds and switchable glass.
A series of glass partitions in their Dublin offices created acoustically sound meeting rooms and pods throughout this dynamic fit-out.
Natural light in the workplace gives specific energy saving benefits, using less artificial lighting. Similarly, there are positive well-known health benefits. The less energy required to artificially light a building means cost and environmental savings. Furthermore, the positive effect on employees’ well-being and productivity gives greater returns on investment.
Being in a central location requires commercial spaces to constantly adapt and evolve to meet consumer demand.
What are the benefits of designers creating a balance between private and open areas.
The use of glass partitions in this stylish Mayfair building maximises natural light flow,
How do spaces strike a balance between private and open areas? The current concern is whether we can have private working areas without compromising natural light.