A new year has arrived and the new office design trends for 2019 are popping out and being shared everywhere to inspire creations and innovation in all types of industries. As the world of workspace design is no exception, ARCHYI. team wanted to share with you, as a “happy new year” treat, the macro and micro trends that we are certain will mark 2019 and beyond.
Paperworld Frankfurt 2019 is THE office supplies and equipment tradeshow! And even though ARCHYI. is participating for the third consecutive year, this is the edition that we have been waiting for! Presenting solutions suitable for visionary office, that address people and workplace’s specific needs and trends is what defines our major inspirations and has been ARCHYI.’s main purpose since its creation.
Orgatec is a bi-annual event that has already accustomed us to great ideas, and to be considered the showcase for innovation when it comes to workspace design solutions that fit the new perspectives of work. Orgatec 2018 edition was no exception.
“The Future Office” is once again the theme of Hall 3.0 at Paperworld Frankfurt 2019. Over these past years, architects and facility managers are witnessing a change in the work culture and employees want to be part of a workplace where they feel comfortable and inspired.
If you have been following our blog or our brand, you already know that ARCHYI. team is inspired by nature and moved by passion. The passion for communication, for creating unique solutions that help to improve environments, particularly work environments, that motivate and potentiate collaboration, communication, creativity, and focus.
You have probably already heard or read about “Biophilia”, since it is a concept first popularized by the American biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist and author, Edward O. Wilson in 1984. Standing for the innate relationship between humans and nature, and concerns the need we have to be continually connected to nature, the interest in biophilia has grown substantially over the last decades, mostly due to the rapid urbanization of the modern world. We started to realize our cities and suburbs have been designed in a way that alienates us from nature and degrades the environment.
Health and wellbeing are essential concerns when thinking, or rethinking workspaces. The success of any workplace – its work methods and processes- depends on just how well prepared for assuring employees safety, comfort and wellness they are. Because that will definitely increase employees’ engagement and productivity.
There is certainly a growing parallel between home and office design, partly due to the fact that fewer people now work a typical 9-5 day. Many people work beyond their contractual hours and employers are keen to provide a space in which their staff can feel comfortable, relaxed and ultimately more productive.