Gaslamp District Office & Work Space Interior Design, Ergonomic Furniture Update

The firm offers its enhanced design solutions throughout the wider San Diego area, including Gaslamp District, Oceanside, Point Loma, Del Mar, and Solana Beach. As a full-service office remodeling company, the team coordinates all stages of the redesign process, including development of a concept, production of 3D renderings, supply of ergonomic furniture, and management of on-site contractors.

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San Diego Office Design’s latest update was driven by the significant changes that are occurring across the employment market, such as remote and/or hybrid working, employee wellbeing, and the introduction of new technologies. The firm’s goal is to design interior layouts that cater to the needs of workers, while also relating more closely to the unique brands of each business.

A recent CBRE report highlights several workspace design trends that have emerged in the wake of the pandemic. Among these, the firm states that hybrid working practices have created a need for activity-based and team-based spaces, while the office itself is evolving into what employees now see as a cultural hub. Among other changes, designs now focus on employee wellness and encouraging positive human interaction.

To that end, the latest concepts from San Diego Office Design place greater emphasis on improving meeting, collaboration, and reception areas with ergonomic furniture that is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable. The company points out that traditional layouts may not be easily adapted to this new normal, and the firm’s services include in-depth consultation with clients to reimagine the best use of available space.

The company states that its remodeling services are appropriate for a variety of scenarios, such as businesses that are in the process of reorganizing, those who are downsizing to better meet their needs, or those who are planning a new office.

About San Diego Office Design

Winner of the San Diego Business Journal’s ‘Top 50 Women of Influence in Architecture and Design’, company lead Tamara Romeo focuses on the creation of brand building spaces that cater to the unique needs of each business. Tamara leads a talented team of designers, architects, business development experts, and project managers with the goal of providing a superior end-to-end service.

A representative of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty recently stated: “Working with the team at SDOD, we were able to triple the number of real estate agents who work in the space by utilizing a combination of reserved private spaces merged with un-reserved hoteling and communal area spaces. The net overall effect has been transformative for our business.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting:

San Diego Office Design
[email protected]
5005 Texas Street Suite 304
San Diego office Design
United States

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