When a visitor or potential employee walks into the lobby of your office, you have a wonderful opportunity to project WHAT your company stands for. Successful interior design respectfully integrates a company’s past, present and future to create an environment that accurately represents their vision and personality.
You have a wonderful opportunity to project WHAT your company stands for.
It is critical to understand the backstory of a company’s beginnings to emotionally ground the project. This helps the designer to understand what drives the client. You can’t grasp where a company is headed, if you don’t know where they came from.
Meeting a client’s current needs and understanding how they need to function in their space to support their business ultimately creates the design direction and determines how interior designers begin to layout and plan their projects.
Spaces must be designed to anticipate future needs.
However designing for a client’s future needs is what an interior designer needs to keep front and center. We are in an ever evolving world where technology and work environments are constantly changing. So, interior designers need to take into account and plan for change. Spaces must be designed to anticipate future needs.
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Designing through all of the lenses.
If you approach a corporate interior fit out and design through only one lens, the result will be one dimensional. Each factor dramatically influences the final product. When an interior designer designs through all three lenses and takes into account a company’s past, present and future, the final design evokes the many layers and nuances of the firm’s culture and projects a confident message to visitors and employees.
Our design approach demands that we understand the human emotions driving the goals of each client.
MGA&D believes humanistic design can lead to transformative results. Our design approach demands that we understand the human emotions driving the goals of each client:
Why did they start their entrepreneurial journey?
How do they want to use their new space?
And perhaps most importantly where do they see themselves in the future?