Office design is very important for any company and \/ or professional.\u00a0Well designed, it will become a powerful management tool at the service of organizations. In the era of talent and knowledge workers, the challenge of designing a work environment is much more than choosing modern equipment in line with the trends of the moment and its perfect location.\u00a0The design of an office starts from an essential premise: to place the human being at the center of the project.\u00a0How does it work?\u00a0How do you want to work?\u00a0Who do you relate to?\u00a0What motivates you?\u00a0 Before approaching the design of an office ...\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 The design of an office starts from the detailed analysis of a series of parameters that will define the distribution and equipment of the space.\u00a0First, the\u00a0corporate culture\u00a0and\u00a0organizational structure\u00a0.\u00a0What is the purpose of that company?\u00a0What is the leadership style of your management team?\u00a0Is it participatory, open and transparent, or conversely, does its vertical structure does not promote active communication?\u00a0This will determine the implementation of individual offices, for example. Before approaching the design of an office, also ask yourself: How do the people in that company work?\u00a0As a team?\u00a0And most importantly: How do people relate to each other?\u00a0Here there are very interesting aspects such as interdepartmental communication, for example, essential to establishing the different distributions of positions, routes and spaces around the office.\u00a0 Today work is more collaborative;\u00a0we work more as a team, by projects, remotely, and with a greater use of information and communication technologies.\u00a0The new approach that is carried out for workspaces involves (in general terms) the reduction of personal workspaces and the increase of communication and interaction areas, and a high dose of flexibility. Design of modern offices for new forms of organization There is a wide variety of answers in the area of \u200b\u200bhow companies conceive themselves, their members and their environment, how they organize themselves internally, and how they execute and reward work.\u00a0The new approaches are more people- and knowledge-centric. Some of the main trends regarding the forms of organization of companies: \tSimplification and decentralization of the organizational structure.\u00a0To achieve a more dynamic and flexible organization, established companies are reducing their hierarchical levels and decentralizing decision-making, while newly created companies, particularly those in the new technologies sector, are already born with \u201cliquid\u201d structures. \tStructures organized not so much around functions or products as processes or target market. \tGreater recourse to work in interdisciplinary,\u00a0semi-autonomous\u00a0teams, often built around projects. \tIncreasing prominence of agile methodologies in this teamwork. \tGreater autonomy for people in terms of how, when and where they do work. Cultural changes More generally, a new, more participatory leadership and management style is being imposed, which gives greater autonomy to individuals and teams, which fosters innovation and creativity, and the flow and exchange of information at all levels.\u00a0That promotes greater customer orientation (both internal and external);\u00a0to the progress of a culture of total quality and continuous improvement, and to the orientation to results.\u00a0With new evaluation and compensation systems that place increasing emphasis on performance, both individually and as a team, on the entrepreneurial spirit, knowledge, and skills of the staff, rather than on the hierarchical level or seniority. New work practices Without a doubt, the work practice that is spreading the most is the growing use of teleworking.\u00a0But there is more: \tThe development of improvement projects focused on processes, from specific improvements to the transformation of the business through, for example, its conversion to e-business. \tA growing resort to outsourcing \/ outsourcing. \tRise of agile methodologies. \tThe implementation of continuous improvement programs. \tPractices derived from the mandatory digital transformation of the company: new structures, processes, incorporation of new skills profiles, new leadership styles ... \tKnowledge management\u00a0or "\u00a0knowledge\u00a0management\u00a0" and the creation of a new position: the "\u00a0Chief\u00a0Knowledge\u00a0Officer". \tPromotion of communication policies, internal and external, and\u00a0employer\u00a0branding. All these inputs -united to the\u00a0DNA of the company, i.e., values and signs that configure branding- determine the design of modern offices.\u00a0 How to design a small office? These requirements, in general terms, are equally valid for designing a small workplace or office.\u00a0The important thing will be to know who will occupy this office;\u00a0how they work and relate and what the company and its brand are like. Once we are clear about how we are going to plan and distribute the space to help them work better, when designing a small workplace we must focus on its equipment: chairs, tables, sofas ... In this case, it will be much easier to customize the end result for your users.\u00a0So take advantage of that advantage that will help you work in a more comfortable environment. What type of furniture will enhance the image of this company the most?\u00a0What color and aesthetics?\u00a0That they are always, above all,\u00a0comfortable and ergonomic.\u00a0 Place the desk near the window because the natural light will turn your space into a modern and much healthier office.\u00a0We also recommend that you choose colors that reflect light to create a space that appears larger, such as white, cream, or yellow.\u00a0And if you want the style to be more home-y, add details in pastel colors, for example. Glass partitions\u00a0are a magnificent ally for small offices.\u00a0They separate the space and allow for good\u00a0acoustic\u00a0insulation,\u00a0but at the same time permit the passage of light and for to people remain visually connected. To make the best use of space, we also advise you to make the most of the walls, opt for small objects, not overload the office and choose the lightest materials, such as metal legs or glass tables, for example. Interior Design For Offices - What You Can't Miss Offices are no longer those gray places of yesteryear.\u00a0Now they adapt and reflect an increasingly connected, flexible and sustainable world.\u00a0For this reason, good interior design for offices cannot be without shared spaces, also informal and casual, and plants and other natural elements and textures. Nor can the corporate image of the company be missing in good office interior design.\u00a0This goes much further than placing a logo and the\u00a0claim\u00a0of the company at the reception.\u00a0Use different elements to reflect what the company is like.\u00a0Big tech companies know this very well.\u00a0With their slides, play areas and innovation spaces they are really telling the world what makes them different.\u00a0 For example, Affinity: employees can bring their pets to the office.