Interior Design and the Perfect Modern Office
The Perfect Modern Office – With today’s business world changing gearing up to launch the fresh faces of new start-ups all across the nation, it comes as no surprise that New York City is home to some of the most creative designs for the modern business newbie
Who said that our current economic state was at a stand still and that today’s career professional needs to be ball and chained to their prison-like cell? Not today’s entrepreneurs creating the commerce world of tomorrow.
More and more businesses are taking a more lax approach to keeping their work environments young, creative, and an overall fun place to work.
Trust me, having been in some creative environments myself, I can fully attest to the importance of the unconventional office setting of the modern era. Whether you’re a business entrepreneur yourself, a blogger working on taking your passion to the next level, or a dreamer with big ideas on the rise, decking out your work space is of the utmost importance.
As more and more faces are popping up in business directories, young professionals are learning how to work hard and party even harder.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that we all know to go hog-wild and litter the office with pinatas and copious amounts of Jose Cuervo. Though, restructuring the social confines of our business predecessors, we, young professionals, are turning our heads to a new way to create a work environment tailored for the businessmen and women of 2011.
Adding pops of color throughout the office lend a hand in setting a creative tone for the office. Ditching cubicles and hauling in community tables where everyone is free to discuss and collaborate aids in cross-functionality and team-bonding.
My personal favorite touch (especially for the creatives) is adorning the office with fun, fun, fun–ranging from lounge areas, recreational “break” rooms, or enough gadgets to keep a three-year old entertained for hours.
The workplace is definitely changing as recent grads, designers, architects, and business-savvy individuals are taking their careers into their own hands. Those in our 20’s know the current state of our economy.
Hence, why there is no reason for us to be constantly reminded of it [the current corporate structure] with drab colors, enough shades of gray to make a prison cell block jealous, and soaring cubicles that not only block out your com-padres, but the beautiful view from that high-rise office. Ditch the drab and get the gears turning with a mod makeover.