Interior Designs Would Enhance Innovations In Workplace: Ashish Gupta
In a casual e-mail interaction with Franchise India, Ashish Gupta, Founder, SERENIA talks about the key role of interior design in various business firms.
Whether it’s a restaurant business or a salon spa, every venture requires proper treatment and makeover which is provided by an interior designer.
Interior design is a creative segment which can re-modify old things into a completely new one. Corporate industries are hiring the best interior designers just to transform their working environment.
Thus, with the constant rise of the corporate sector, opportunities for interior designers are going to boom in near future.
Workspaces to turn adaptable and ergonomically sound
Workplace franchisors are trying to narrow the line between play and work by offering different colors, themes, textures, and materials.
Ashish says, “The design of offices these days embraces the flexibility of working in the creative industry, where a cocktail can be converted into a pitch or a latte can turn into the business idea.”
Enhancing the workplace environment
Gupta explained how interior design could disrupt innovations in the workplace. The several emerging trends and the requirement to cater to today’s activity are several factors which are boosting opportunities for the interior design industry.
He shares, “The role of interior design is vast and creative. They have to design the bespoke furniture and interior that can cater to the needs of the distinct type of users across the group of tables and sofas.”
Co-working industry is no longer the hippie camp. It is now a modern facility management which is building spaces at prime locations that interest corporate companies. In addition, technologies are also impacting the working sphere which is allowing the scope of new innovations to happen.
“As per the latest co-working trends, shared office spaces offer different services which include babysitting, a Chartered Accountant for your start-up, making office pet-friendly, bank tie-ups for a loan, business account,” adds Gupta.