The importance of flooring designs for office spaces

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The importance of flooring designs for office spaces

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Here at Design 2 Deliver, we understand the importance of well thought out flooring design in an office fit-out and the role that a good flooring design can play in helping clients envisage their ideal work-space.

We are well aware of how the right flooring design can influence a design of an office fit-out.

Our aim is to integrate this aspect seamlessly within our projects so that the flooring style we specify compliments not only the its surroundings but also the furniture, finishes and everything else in-between.

Our talented team of designers will use the best in photorealistic 3D renderings to help clients visualise a flooring project before construction. D2D can provide multiple interior and exterior 3D visualisation options to express your design briefs and ensure the most appropriate flooring finishes are chosen.

The ability to visualise your flooring design by way of 3D visuals is a priceless opportunity that will not only save on time and costs, but also help create better design scheme for your fit out project.

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There are a multitude of benefits to consider when taking on flooring design briefs. Having a professional design concept can help determine boundaries within the chosen work-spaces. In an open plan office, these visual boundaries are created without the need for walls. A flooring design or layout may also help to signify a critical space in an open environment, for example a meeting room, kitchen area or reception.

Flooring is also the greatest mass of colour your eyes are likely to see in a space therefore its role is to either neutralize the ambiance of your office space or make it a dramatic affair.

Uber’s office in Brisbane, Australia shows how the flooring layout creates certain boundaries, at the same time using specific carpet colours that helps to associate a particular area with a key function. For example, the booths are for quiet working and discussion areas, therefore a darker carpet is used in contrast to the lighter carpet under the backless seating where a lighter colour carpet is used to be more inviting and welcoming.

Let Design 2 Deliver lead the way to a better office design using unique flooring styles and layouts that will complement any design project.

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