With the introduction of "The New Way of Working" by Veldhoen and his book "Offices no longer exist" a whole new way of working in the office has emerged. A change has taken place from the traditional to flexible workplaces: a completely different office concept. Today's flex office must be versatile, with room for flexible workplaces, quiet zones, meeting places and meeting rooms. Often in the sign of activity related work and the agile method. Preferably also with attention for the circular economy and biobased building. Developments such as digitization and virtualization are also playing an increasingly important role.
A different way of working also requires a different architectural vision and different requirements with regard to the interior. Functional requirements are set in projects that go beyond design alone. Form and function must go hand in hand to make flexibility not only aesthetically attractive, but also user-friendly and healthy.
We are convinced that a workspace can and must be both aesthetically and ergonomically attractive. A nice working environment in which end users cannot work in a pleasant way, or work with (physical) complaints, can be a nasty comment on a great project.
A good plan is half the work: it is important to identify the needs of the customer at the start. We are happy to help you with this, by thinking along with you and helping you with the needs assessment at the front of the project. That is how you will make the difference. For example, in the current situation we can measure the use of workplaces and spaces with IntelliDesk Facts, so that you can make a draft proposal based on facts instead of assumptions.
When you not only look at the final visual image, but also functionally think along, customer bonding and commitment naturally arise. You ultimately want to realize the project and add another nice reference to your portfolio. This works like a magnet on future projects / customers.
In addition to word and deed, we also offer innovative ergonomic products that combine function and design. Products that can be configured entirely in terms of shape and color. In this way good product advice can also be linked to a product-related solution that is both aesthetically pleasing and also serves its purpose functionally. Consider, for example, intelligent sit-stand desks that change positions at the touch of a button to the individual settings of the user, who also map the sit-stand behavior and provide the organization with a unique booking system for workplaces and spaces (IntelliDesk). Or special saddle stools that provide movement at the workplace and naturally create an ergonomically responsible sitting posture (Backapp).