• Office

Ergonomics in the workplace is our profession and our passion. We plan and implement healthy and efficient office environments where people feel comfortable. We look primarily at five aspects:

 

Lighting

The lighting should be bright enough. Glare and reflection from windows should be avoided. Since human eyesight starts to wane at age 45, older people need brighter lighting in the workplace.

I work better with good lighting. I get tired less and make fewer mistakes.

 

 

Acoustics

Hard surfaces (e.g., concrete or glass) in modern office buildings are poor absorbers of sound – long reverberation times can become a problem.

It is difficult for me to concentrate with all the noise. I get tired more quickly and am therefore less productive.

 

 

Organisation

Shared and personal files can be organised in different ways: on shelves, in hanging file folders, filing cabinets, desk drawer units or mobile containers.

I would like to be better organised. I often have to search for documents, which wastes time.

 

 

Communication

Planning an office means providing opportunities for knowledge sharing and improving the quality of internal communication within the company.

A space to hold spontaneous short meetings would enable us to exchange ideas more often and clear any issues up faster.

 

 

Sitting and moving

A dynamic office plan inspires greater freedom of movement which is healthier for the body.

If I had the opportunity, I would like to sometimes stand and read documents that I’m working on.

 

Office design in 3D

Efficient and ergonomic office facilities developed digitally and on paper: we plan your workplace step-by-step, from individual workstations to small and open offices.

This is important because the positive effects of thorough planning at the beginning will last for years to come.
Your requirements are the focus of our planning. We would like to get to know you before we get started.

For example:

• Who is the workspace for?
• What is are their tasks? How important is concentration and communication?
• What is the ratio of manual labour to computer work?
• How much storage is needed for personal and shared use?
• Which technical equipment is used?

3D visualisation puts you into the picture. The visualisation of your future dream office presents a realistic representation of size, layout, colour and material possibilities on paper or in digital form.

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