Open-plan offices have become the industry standard as the design promotes communication, collaboration and creativity. Meanwhile, office acoustics issues are by far the number one cause of workplace dissatisfaction and one of the most significant factors that affect employee performance.
Are you planning a new fit out for your office? If so, you might want to consider a subject that is often completely overlooked at the design stage – interior office acoustics. It’s an issue that if ignored can cause a major problem but one that with the right approach can be easily rectified.
The effect of noise in the workplace has been well researched, with studies showing that poor acoustics can have a significant impact on employees’ health and wellbeing. But, are you aware that distracting noise, a lack of speech clarity and speech privacy, are all the result of poor interior acoustic design that can adversely affect the ability of a business to operate efficiently. In an ASID study, 70% of workers said that they could be more productive in a less noisy office environment.
Achievable in virtually any space – from offices to hospitals, schools to banks – we can create balanced acoustic landscapes with improved acoustic privacy, clarity and comfort built in.
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