Is your workplace designed for productivity?

Is your workplace designed for productivity?

Article by Officeworks

MAY 2016

Managing Director of Futurespace interior design and architectural studio, Angela Ferguson, argues that variations in design can have huge effects on business – for better or worse.

Most people would agree a workplace should be designed to promote productivity and collaboration.

Yet in many offices, the physical workspace doesn’t allow for high performance.

While reading this, if you’re surrounded by grey walls and general office clutter, your office design isn’t helping kick your productivity into high gear.

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Angela Ferguson