Together, color and lighting set the mood in all types of rooms — especially in commercial office environments. The color and lighting of a room, including color temperature, hue, and brightness, can shift a person’s mood for better or for worse.
Many offices were designed with neutral colors and fluorescent lighting to prevent distractions in the workplace. However, modern-day offices are breaking away from this way of thinking to boost productivity. Architects and designers are turning office spaces into dynamic interiors that stimulate creativity, teamwork, and productivity all year round.
Read Katherine Guimapang’s piece below to learn how to transform your office into an energizing space employees look forward to visiting.
Editor’s note: The piece below originally appeared on Archinect.com. You can also read the piece here.