There is a definite trend towards middle management and even senior executives working in the general office area. Many companies, however, still offices designed for use by senior managers and directors.
OFFICE DESIGN FOR EXECUTIVES
The Executive Office must be designed as a multi-use space. The typical management office has many uses. These range from quiet work, confidential phone calls, 1-2-1 meetings and also meetings with key clients and suppliers. Therefore the space must be able to transform from quiet work zone to collaborative meeting area instantly. In addition they also need good filing and storage and it must perform all these functions well and still look the part.
Executive office case study
Take a look at this luxury EXECUTIVE OFFICE CASE STUDY for Aerial Direct in Segensworth, Fareham. This executive management suite was part of a complete refurb of a 26,000 sq ft office. We designed and created a high-end area for the directors and senior managers. The furniture was all bespoke and made-to-measure. Surfaces were either oak veneer or contrasting black laminate which looked awesome.
Some other office design case studies which include executive offices are:-
FURNITURE FOR EXECUTIVE OFFICES
DESKS AND STORAGE FOR EXECUTIVE OFFICES
The central feature of the executive office is usually the desk. There are many different styles and finishes available from real wood to solid-surface materials. Natural stone such as marble can also be used for extra impact. In addition you also need to be aware of power and data which need to be readily available but hidden. Generally you will also require matching or complementing storage.
EXECUTIVE AND MANAGER CHAIRS
Executive chairs are often designed more for looks than comfort. However there are now many options on the market that combine the two. We offer a large range of chairs that have very good ergonomics but also look the part. We recommend Herman Miller chairs for a great mix of comfort, reliability and also style.