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Factors to Consider when Planning Your Office Space

Whether you are planning for F & B renovation or office renovation, one of the most important things to decide is how you want to design the office space. The look and feel of your office space can contribute immensely to employee productivity. Your employees spend around 40 hours a week at office. By giving them a better place to work, you can help them concentrate and make the best use of their work hours. Here are some important factors to consider when planning your office space.

Natural lighting

Allowing natural light into office is a great way to make your office space look more natural and less stuffy. Plan large windows and make sure there are no obstructions blocking the sunlight from entering into your office. You can also consider decorating your office space with flowers, plants and landscape paintings to help make the environment feel more natural.

Noise reduction

If your office is located beside a busy street, you should find a way to stop the noise from coming into your office space. You can consider installing glass obstructions or other methods. Your office renovation contractor can give you more ideas. Also, make sure noise from microwaves or other machines inside your office are not reaching the workstation.


Some employees in your office may always need to work together. Plan the sitting arrangements accordingly. The idea is to keep those who work as a team close to each other, so that they can collaborate easily. It is also important to position your printing machines and fax machines close to the employees who need them the most. This saves their time and improves efficiency and productivity.

You may also want to consider whether you want cubicles or an open office. Having an open space for leisure or relaxation is also important.

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