The 4 elements of productivity

How to create spaces that motivate.

Office interior design evolves to create humanized workplaces.

Emotionally designed places encourage worker engagement, increase motivation and best of all, convey confidence to customers.

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If mood influences productivity, it will be necessary to create an environment in which the worker feels at ease, protected, and surrounded by positive energy.

That is why in this post we give you the essentials to create productive interiors through 4 elements that you need to know today.

1. Positive lighting.

The office must be properly illuminated. Correct balance between natural and artificial, one should complement the other and vice versa.

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2. Colour psychology.

Use neutral or earth colours that promote relaxation, but do all colours have to be relaxing?

No, colours have the power to connect directly with our emotions and that’s why we leave you a very practical visual scheme. If you want to know more about this, remember that you can access an exclusive content prepared for you at the end of this post.

Acoustic comfort. 

Office zoning, acoustic materials to encourage concentration zones and improve conversations between employees.

This is another of the themes we develop in our guide “Offices that connect”.

Acoustic comfort should not be taken lightly as it can be a major benefit in office comfort.

Detail acoustic pannel: Julia by Momocca

Productive interiors with Momocca Design

3. Friendly design.

Open-plan, individual spaces that allow light, air, and the flow of people to pass through, allowing them to feel free to move freely.

They are completed with ergonomic and domestic-looking furniture.

The design, and the materials chosen to carry it out, must respond to the needs of the person both in terms of postural health and to favour concentration.

Chair detail Dania by Momocca

If you want to know more about productive interiors or any of these points, we encourage you to get our ebook to create offices that connect.

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