Could being distracted at work actually be good for you? Protecting employees from interruptions is often high on the agenda when it comes to workplace design but distractions, if they are pitched correctly can offer welcome respite from day to day office routines.
The term ‘millennial’ is generally accepted to refer to the generation born between the early 1980's and the year 2000, otherwise known as ‘Generation Y’.
By 2020 millennials will make up over 50% of the global workforce. In order to attract and retain the very best of this burgeoning talent pool, employers will need to consider how to tailor their office environment to appeal to millennial working preferences.
In a world inundated with signs prompting us to push, pull and follow the arrows are there more intuitive ways to help people find their way around a building?
Directional signage is no doubt central to the successful navigation of a space… but perhaps we are missing something.
Spiritual, and serene… these are both words that float to mind when looking at Anna’s work or, to think of it, when describing Anna herself.
We often hear artists refer to their art as an extension of themselves and Anna embodies this case and point.
Art plays a powerful role in office design and should not be overlooked or deemed a luxury. It is known to boost productivity and is an immediate and visible sign that a company cares about its employee and visitor experience.
Little Van Gogh brings the arts and business together by exhibiting the work of talented emerging artists in offices all over Europe. The exhibitions change every two months, show casing a new artist in an office with every exhibition. This means that people have an opportunity to experience gallery quality art at work very day and even buy it if they want to.
What company wouldn’t like happier staff, impressed clients and better communication? Exhibiting art in your workplace can deliver all of this and more. Discover some of the top benefits.