A modern office is a technological space with a maximum level of comfort. High standards are ensured by the efficient use of energy resources, engineering systems, and environmentally friendly materials. It all starts with creating a project.
Ergonomics and functionality are the priority directions in the work on the project. When developing a plan, designers take into account the type of activity of the company, the size and location of the premises. Depending on these factors, a decision is made on the most rational use of the area and the cost of work and materials.
Modern technologies make it possible to use every square meter of the room and offer various options for organizing the workspace: sandwich blocks, plasterboard partitions on a metal frame, air structures made of glass and aluminum.
Glass walls can be completely transparent, tinted, patterned, and have increased sound insulation. If necessary, such a structure can be easily disassembled and moved to another place.
Choice of finishing materials
For the design of each structural element, various materials are used that are environmentally friendly and durable. For wall decoration, wallpaper, various types of panels are used, but the most common option is decorative plaster. Compositions of building mixtures and application technologies provide a practical and aesthetic coating that is easy to maintain.
Ceramic tiles, porcelain stoneware, linoleum of the 4th class of wear resistance are used as flooring in the office. These materials are highly resistant to abrasion and are ideal for high traffic areas.
The ceiling is “dressed” in tension or suspended structures. Stretch ceilings are distinguished by a variety of colors and textures. Simultaneously with the installation of the ceiling, the issue of lighting is being resolved. This requires the qualified assistance of a designer and lighting technician.
A lighting specialist calculates the power of light sources, helps to determine the shade and density of the light flux. The designer creates lighting scenarios for each zone. This approach makes it possible to identify zones for different purposes and to rationally use energy resources.
All engineering systems (ventilation, heating, water, electricity) are worked out at the design stage. Communication in the office has its own specifics. The equipment requires a large number of outlets, communication boxes, power and digital cables. Uninterrupted operation is ensured by competent wiring with the installation of communication and wiring elements in certain places and in the required quantity.
Engineering systems ensure comfortable temperature, humidity, and water supply. The list of such systems is strictly regulated by building codes, but you can always choose those solutions that will provide maximum comfort and safety in each case.
In order for all systems to work, and in the office to be warm and cozy, contact a professional contractor. Partner Construction is your reliable partner in creating a modern and technologically advanced office, where employees and guests of the company will feel easy and comfortable.