Shared Office Space
Nothing wears out employees than long hours of work without breaks. Hang art paintings here and there on your office walls, which evoke serenity to allow your colleagues to feel a sense of comfort, beauty, and belief as they stir at the office walls. You’ll not only get more energy and productivity from your team, but you’ll also inspire creativity and harmony in the office.
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Original Art for Cubicle Offices and Shared office spaces
One of the things that have allowed humanity to reach to the stars is our ability to work together. But while we are naturally social creatures that don’t mean that collaboration always comes easy. For a team to work together smoothly all of the pieces need to fit together. This doesn’t just mean assembling the perfect team; it also means creating the right working environment for them. The art that you use to decorate your shared office space can have an impact on how the people in that space work and relate together.
Visual Collaboration Is Key
When working together every member of the team needs to be on the same page, and the same thing goes in the world of visual design. Two pieces of art may look great separately, but when they’re placed side by side, they might create unexpected issues. The first thing to think about is the colour scheme. If most of the art you’ve chosen is black and white, then a bright and colourful piece will end up sticking out like a sore thumb.
Look At The Bright Side of Life
Everything about a working environment should be designed with morale in mind. A bleak environment will lead to a bleak mood, which can hurt productivity. This is why it’s best to avoid morose and negative artwork. You might personally find the idea of memento mori, or reminders of death, inspiring, but that doesn’t mean that the rest of the people in your office will share your feelings. Of course, everything is relative. Different groups have different ideas of what is inspiring, and so you’ll have to choose pieces based on what you know about your company culture. But in general, it’s worth picking things that will inspire positivity rather than negativity.
Open Lines of Communication
If you are looking to make additions to a pre-existing shared space, then you should consider getting in touch with the other people in the office. You might be surprised by how strongly people feel about the art around them. After all, a single worker might look at a painting on the wall thousands of times a year, so maybe they deserve some input on what sort of art that gets hung up. Getting people too involved might lead to unnecessary debate and conflict but getting general advice and direction can help to make people feel like they are valued.