Minimalism is the style of doing little to get more. Bringing Minimalism into your office can make your work more efficient and your workplace more pleasant.
When that comes to office design, it breaks down into four elements:
- Removing Clutter
- Reducing Furniture
- Promoting Functionality
- Specifying Colors
How to Integrate Minimalist Office Design
Anything that doesn’t have a deliberate purpose should be removed.
Anything that can be bundled should be minimized. Instead of keeping a dozen pens in a bowl, leave no less than 5 if four people you don’t know enter and require one.
If you need something that doesn’t have a practical purpose, then it should have a specific purpose. (i.e., Newton’s Cradle, Art)
What does an Office Need? Desk, Chair, Table, Drawers.
If you can subtract anything from this list, do so, unless it falls into the category of having a specific purpose.
A fiberglass planter filled with a simple Sansevieria plant will naturally be an artistic piece that stands out.
Ensure that your furniture is ergonomic and practical.
If you are removing the clutter from your desk, ensure you are also having a minimalistic computer so that your work space reflects your work computer.
Minimalism isn’t art deco.
Colors should be specific and practical.
The colors in your space should be promoting energy and efficiency.
You can do much more with color with less going on. See the picture on the right.
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