People that walk into your office immediately get an impression of what your business is all about. So if clients, customers, job applicants, or even vendors see a design that is dark, dated, and behind the times that’s what they might think about your company.
Interior office design also affects productivity, morale, and even profits. When your employees see shut doors, covered windows, and enclosed spaces, it’s going to have a psychological effect that will directly affect their job performance.
That’s why so many of today’s interior designers are opting for vast, open spaces that let a lot of light in. And in spaces where barriers are absolutely essential, they are going for glass and other transparent materials.
Open Spaces, Open Minds
See-through walls, doors, and windows let in the sun. But they also let people inside your offices see more. And this boosts confidence and productivity.
People generally don’t like being trapped in dark, windowless offices or cubicles. This is especially true of young people who are just entering the workforce. The next generation of smart minds and ambitious workers are just entering the job market. But if they come to your office for an interview and see paneled walls, oak doors, and drop ceilings it’s a good bet they probably will just keep looking.
Transparency for Your Business
The catchphrase popular among successful businesses today is “transparency”. The more people can see, the more confident they are when doing business with your company. Glass office walls and doors open up space and allow more light while simultaneously providing the privacy you need. They are the best of both worlds.
So if your office space is still living in the ’80s or ’90s, get with the times. Consider updating your interior design to include more open spaces with glass office doors, walls, and windows from TemperGlass.