7 Commercial Office Design Trends for 2022

7 Commercial Office Design Trends for 2022

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1. Open Concept Workspaces

Perhaps the most notable trends in office interior design relate to floor plans. Once closed-door offices and cubicles were the default.  Today’s forward-thinking office interior design allows employees to work – and enjoy their workspace – in the ways that best suit them, particularly in the age of hybrid and remote workforces.

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1. Open Concept Workspaces

Consider a mix of private and public workstations that transition seamlessly to support the work your employees do as they’re doing it.  Great ideas are born everywhere. Some jobs require a closed door, and some workers thrive amid busy energy. It’s all about balance.

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2. Sound Absorption Solutions

Since more offices are implementing open floor plans, sound absorption measures need to be put in place. Sound absorption is an approach to controlling sound in a space with soft materials and surfaces to absorb sound waves and lower ambient noise. Modern sound management products seamlessly enhance 

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2. Sound Absorption Solutions

office interior design using a wide array of products that dampen or mask sound to give your team a low-stress space where creativity thrives.  Sound absorption strategies also offer opportunities to enliven your office’s visual aesthetic.

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3. Color and Pattern

Color affects mood and behavior. Chances are that your company’s branding takes that into consideration. Now, use the power of color and pattern carefully in your office interior design.  Color can influence hunger, inspire trust, evoke calm (or the opposite), so think strategically about how you want your office interior design to evoke emotion and affect mood.

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4. Natural Light

Natural light in the workplace makes employees feel better rested and more positive, and it can give visitors the impression that your space is larger than it is.  In a recent poll, experts found that 47% of employees feel tired from lack of natural light or a window in their office and 43% feel “gloomy” from lack of light.

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5. Nature-Inspired Elements

In addition to natural light, incorporating other natural elements into your office interior design connects your workforce to the world outside their windows.

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6. Large Format Graphics

Walls present a perfect opportunity for office interior design to display your company’s culture, mission and values and more – without saying a word.  Large format graphics are versatile and are great for long and short-term messaging.

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7. Leisure Space

A space for employees to relax is just as important as their workspace. Kitchens, lounges and game rooms are a great way for employees to unwind.  From beer on tap to ping pong tables, leisure spaces go a long way to contributing to a positive company culture. A leisure space can also be designed for employees to work away from their desks. Lounges with 

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7. Leisure Space

comfortable chairs, sofas or even beanbag chairs are a great way to encourage collaboration.

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