Using user journey and experience mapping in office design

Using user journey and experience mapping in office design

Posted in Thought Leadership by Oaktree Interiors on 27th December 2021

After the COVID-19 pandemic sparked rethinks of office designs across the globe, the main questions being asked revolved around how to make workplaces safer – yet still able to respond to specific working styles of employees.

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Office space planning for the 2022 return to work

Office space planning for the 2022 return to work

Posted in Thought Leadership by Oaktree Interiors on 27th December 2021

If your business is looking at a return to the office in 2022, the biggest questions may be centring on what you need to change to ensure that it remains a safe place to work.

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How SMEs can use an office refurbishment to promote health and wellbeing

How SMEs can use an office refurbishment to promote health and wellbeing

Posted in Thought Leadership by Oaktree Interiors on 21st July 2021

The subject of health and wellbeing in the workplace is associated by many to be the domain of large companies; they have all the space and resources to redesign their offices, install new equipment, even create in-work gyms and wellness facilities. However, even the smallest office refurbishment can support health and wellbeing, which is great news for small and medium-sized firms.

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The rise of activity-based working and its effect on office design

The rise of activity-based working and its effect on office design

Posted in Thought Leadership by Oaktree Interiors on 21st July 2021

It’s fair to assume that the 2020 coronavirus pandemic will change how we work forever as it places more emphasis on the physical, viral and mental health of us all. As a result, offices have been looking at ways to support wellness, without it harming productivity. One great way to achieve this is by adopting the practice of activity-based working.

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