Ergonomics start with good planning
Using space in the best way possible
The less available space per employee, the more important it is to get the ergonomics right from the start. If you put economy before good sense, you’ll soon get employees with repetitive strain injuries and other complaints. And ergonomic room planning is not defined by the size of the space, rather how to use the space most efficiently. Planning an office environment is about looking at the whole; everything from selecting the furniture and materials to looking at the way sound, light and workflows function. In order to develop ergonomic and effective solutions we work with Configura - a CAD and 3D design tool - where we can develop advanced layout proposals to illustrate a realistic picture of the final result.
“The real challenge when planning an office is to efficiently use all the space for the benefit of the employees. Even a small space can contribute to improved movement and communication between people.”
/Alexander Gifford, Chief Designer, Kinnarps UK