Workplaces to inspire
In the world of office-based working, we’re seeing a growing trend of connected workplace well-being and a migration towards the importance of agile workspaces.
These days, four walls, a fridge and a speedy internet connection aren’t enough to entice companies into an office – or indeed employees to remain with a company. We all want more from the spaces where we spend 40-plus hours a week; we want them to be stimulating and inspiring, and we need them to be functional and practical.
It’s not enough to be merely a space for knuckling down; to inspire the best levels of creativity and productivity, employers need their office spaces to reflect the company culture and to provide a healthy, invigorating and nurturing environment.
The offices of the modern age highlight the importance of technology, of flexible working, of progress and innovation and of connection and collaboration – both with colleagues, clients and the outside world. These new workspaces can be, and are being, created across a multitude of platforms and with a variety of tools. They can be achieved through architectural design, through fitout and refurbishment, through office rules, management and culture and through the use of collaborative and communal spaces.
Zenith designs, manufactures and distributes leading-edge products for corporate and commercial environments that seek to bring people together to collaborate, create, innovate and develop.
Part of Zenith’s ethos is to create products for spaces that inspire people and organisations to excel.
“Environments today are about leading-edge technology, focus, collaboration, sociability and community,” says Zenith’s company statement.
“By gaining a deep understanding of the organisation’s needs, we work in collaboration to create environments that bring people together to focus, share, collaborate, socialise and learn, making your space – your way.”
Zenith’s expertise lies in industrial design, engineering, rapid prototyping, manufacturing, sales delivery and installation, and its collaborative approach with clients enables it to meet customers’ specific needs.
Zenith employs industrial designers and engineers who continually research global trends, anticipating the future space for work, education and healthcare. It has also developed a virtual space configurator, enabling clients in the preliminary planning stages to realise what their new product in their new space will look and feel like before manufacturing starts.
When the world of workplace environments is such a competitive space, companies need to set themselves apart and within their workspaces cater for different working methods – from independent to collaborative to communal to quiet – in order to provide inspiration as well as healthy workplace mindsets for the human cogs that keep the company machine turning and profiting.
For more information visit www.zenithinteriors.com.