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How to Incorporate Outdoor Space into Your Corporate Office

Office Improvement

It’s no doubt that humans are naturally drawn to the great outdoors. The various color schemes are easy on the eyes and inspire immense amounts of creativity. Offices nationwide are thriving as they include spaces around their property that cater to employees and their connection to nature.

That said, knowing how to incorporate outdoor space into your corporate office can benefit your employees and their productivity. Continue reading to learn more!

Use Sunlight Wisely

While working outside is an employee’s dream, they may have some concerns in need of viable solutions. For example, sunlight can hinder an employee’s ability to work as its rays can cause screen glares. It feels like nothing can prepare you for the headache you can experience from trying to view your screen under the sun.

In this case, consider a space that uses trees and shade to its advantage. You can have some areas that stream sunlight; however, it would be wise to achieve this through skylights and windows. Consider the direction of the sun and position these windows in ways that won’t allow excessive amounts of sunlight.

Consider Natural Materials in Your Design

A well-designed outside space doesn’t only rely on the placement of the area but on the materials that you use during its design. Consider a blueprint that prioritizes the use of natural materials, like wood, clay, and stone, to build structures. Doing so can make employees feel connected to nature while still being able to connect to Wi-Fi and complete duties.

Prioritize Suitable Workstations

Outdoor spaces are fantastic, but remember that it isn’t all about the bells and whistles. Your employees will still need to complete their work, and they can’t do so if they don’t have suitable workstations and surfaces. Consider using chairs that support good postures and a surface that doesn’t require team members to double over their computers.

Incorporating outdoor space into your corporate office is an excellent option to consider. Its effects can last a lifetime and promote employee productivity, making your business a fantastic place of employment.

This article originally appeared on dearJulius.com


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How to Incorporate Outdoor Space into Your Corporate Office
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