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Interior Designers for Corporate Offices in Chennai

It’s safe to say COVID-19 has transformed office space — definitely for the foreseeable future, and maybe forever. Though many people are still working from home, others have returned to the office, even if only for a few days a week and many spaces look entirely different.

Current trends in office design focus on safety and comfort, and it also focuses on other elements such as color, textures, and sustainability that will continue into 2022 and beyond.From design aesthetics such as acoustics and greenery to a greater focus on safe, protected workspaces, designers and companies are always looking for ways to maintain a healthy and happy working environment while improving productivity. Let us have a look at the top office design trends for 2022.

A Sense of ‘Home’ at Work


Since many people are still currently working from the home, the idea of the design and aesthetic of the office has changed. For those employees who are in the office, the goal is to provide comfort and safety at every level and to make employees feel relaxed as if they were at home.

To foster a safe, comfortable sense of “home” in the office, designers can incorporate residential elements such as comfortable sofas and chairs, soft lighting features in common spaces, or artwork displayed throughout the office. Wood flooring can bring a sense of warmth to a space. Engineered Hardwood and wood-look LVT are frequently used to create a home-like atmosphere in the office.

Flexible, Pod-Area Layouts


Over the years, many companies have embraced the open-concept office design, and now flexible workspaces and “pod-style” layouts are more important than ever.

Now when employees are in the office, they are often seeking private spots or enclaves where they can safely work. These open-office environments also include smaller, private areas and “pod areas” with enough workspace, seating, and outlet access so employees can make phone calls, participate in video conferences or work on research safely. The versatility of engineered hardwood or LVT makes for suitable flooring options in these pod-area layouts.

These spaces must also easily accommodate employees who may be in the office for just a few days while spending the rest of the week working from home.

Lighter Colors


One of the corporate office interior design trends for 2022 is using lighter colors with a mixture of grays, greens, and neutrals. Light wood looks mixed with pops of color on flooring and walls is a popular option in an office environment that can help employees feel more cheerful and positive.

Color helps companies stay on brand, and many find ways to incorporate their logo or brand colors into the design of their space — including colored furnishings, pillows, or even flooring. With LVT, you can even cut into the lobby flooring to prominently display your brand logo. Companies are also using color in COVID-19 safety signage.

Aside from the company brand, color in flooring can add energy to a workspace. If an office uses an open floor plan, different pops of color are a great way to separate space and improve navigation. Using engineered hardwood and LVT together is one way to aesthetically define different spaces.

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Project size

2400 sq ft

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Project time

60 Days

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