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You might be convinced that you know how to design your company’s office – whether by re-engineering an established workplace design or filling out an empty office space. Indeed, typically, how an office environment is laid out reflects and reinforces the company’s core values.

For example, in attempts to foster openness, transparency and collaboration, more businesses have embraced the open-plan office. However, there is no one-size-fits-all solution to space planning. Some of your staff could actually find an open plan arrangement riddled with distractions.

It’s important to emphasise, then, that there’s no single, simple answer to how your company’s work environment ought to be designed. As many of your employees might even yearn for control over their own workspaces, there’s a sense in making your office design process a collaborative one.