Anti-Boring Minimalist Interior Concept for Office Buildings

Syifa Aisha Arashi | Wednesday, 9 November 2022

Some people spend half their time working in the office. With such conditions, the company owner needs to create a comfortable office so workers are more productive and can balance work time with rest. One concept that can be applied to the office interior to bring comfort is a minimalist design. The description below can be an inspiration in designing the interior of an office so that employees can achieve work-life balance.

Anti-Boring Minimalist Interior Concept for Office BuildingsBoho Decor Head Office by Boho Decor (Photo by Hiroyuki Oki)

Bright color palette game

Try changing your perspective on the dominant colors in the minimalist interior. Instead, a playground office concept approach that adopts bold colors, like in the Boho Decor office, will give a pleasant impression and spur creative thinking. These bright colors suit design studios, architect consultants, media offices, and offices that produce employee creativity.

Anti-Boring Minimalist Interior Concept for Office BuildingsBoho Decor Head Office by Boho Decor (Photo by Hiroyuki Oki)

Important! Remember the greenery

Offices in densely populated areas need a counterweight in utilizing oxygen production to dampen high enough temperatures. For this reason, adding green natural elements such as plants in the corners of the space or vertically and inner garden is important to maximize the quality of the space. In addition, applying broken white color on the walls is the right solution to give a sense of 'relief' to the interior. This combination creates an interior that looks spacious, fresh, and lively. These details can be seen in Earthrise Studio, which seeks to 'live' in the dense territory.

Anti-Boring Minimalist Interior Concept for Office BuildingsEarthrise Studio by Studio McW (Photo by Lorenzo Zandri)

Provide the privacy of each space using glass partitions glass partition

Minimalist design is usually synonymous with an open plan, such as minimal partitions and space restrictions. However, an office needs a partition to maintain the privacy of its employees' personal space. While retaining a minimalist concept that seems 'spacious,' offices can use modular or glass partitions as a barrier between spaces, as Moca Arquitetura did in Mad Creative's office. The use of modular partitions or glass can maintain personal space privacy but still allows interaction.

Anti-Boring Minimalist Interior Concept for Office BuildingsMad Creative by Moca Arquitetura (Photo by Eduardo Macarios)

Maximize limited area with space-saving furniture

The flexible minimalist concept can make it easy to determine the office layout tailored to your needs, especially if the land occupied is relatively narrow. Therefore, the selection of furniture cannot be arbitrary and must be based on careful consideration. The Mad Creative office by Moca Arquitetura is one of the models for using multifunctional and flexible furniture. This multifunctional furniture can adjust employees' needs in accommodating various activities in the office.

Mad Creative by Moca Arquitetura (Photo by Eduardo Macarios)Mad Creative by Moca Arquitetura (Photo by Eduardo Macarios)

 

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