Saturday March 28, 2020

Designs for life

A new trend in workplace design has resulted in spaces where vibrant colour and the playful use of space create a feeling of restful alertness, writes Donal Buckley

13th March, 2015
The yellows and reds of Yelp’s office were chosen to provide a bright contrast to the charcoal grey tones of the desks and windowsDonal Murphy Photography

Developers of new office projects currently underway in Dublin may not know how the interiors will look until they have signed up tenants. This is because the style of interiors can vary widely depending on whether the space is used by financial services businesses, lawyers, software designers or for marketing activities.

How tastes have changed since the eighties. When computers initially replaced noisy typewriters, the whole focus of office design was aimed at covering up...

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