Warehouse Office Design: Turning A Warehouse Into a Workplace

Posted by Dan Johnstone on Mar 23, 2018 10:30:00 AM

Modern entrepreneurs are finding innovative ways to create new products and new business models previously unheard of in the corporate world. So it should come as no surprise that many small business owners are applying that same innovative methodology to their workspaces as well. Indeed, more and more businesses are exploring unconventional office spaces, and warehouses –– in addition to factories, apartment complexes, and any other unoccupied building –– provide companies with the space and freedom they need to carve out a professional identity. Warehouse office design doesn’t just enable a business room to house their employees, but it can also allow a business owner the opportunity to mold their space in a way few others can.

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Unconventional Workplace Design: Turning Unique Spaces Into Offices

Posted by Jerry Johnstone on Feb 1, 2018 10:30:00 AM

Modern offices take the shape of a company’s needs. Plain and simple, the idea of a workspace being a square-shaped grid with matching cubicles of equal size is not only outdated, but unfeasible in many cases. That’s because plenty of companies occupy spaces that weren’t designed for them. Instead, modern businesses will often repurpose buildings and spaces that were once used for other functions –– like manufacturing, residence, or even commercial sales. As such, unconventional workplace design has become more important in the past few years. Fortunately, there are ways you can mold your workspace into a thriving office environment –– no matter how strange a space it might appear at first.

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