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You know what it’s like. You walk into a room and you don’t know why, but it feels like home. Everything just fits together. This happens often in restaurants, art galleries and theaters, but rarely in office spaces. Why is that? Can aesthetics actually improve work efficiency?
Productive work environments have become a hot topic in recent years, yet it is far from a straightforward discipline. Every office is made up of a multitude of components that hit each of us slightly differently. These details mean nothing in themselves; what matters is the impression the space leaves on us as a whole. What’s the best place to start?