How do you design a real estate office?
Here at A1 Office, we have experience working with many different businesses, all of whom require different specifics out of their office fitout. When it comes to designing for a real estate agency, it’s crucial that we communicate the organisation’s brand and values instantly through contemporary office design.
When people approach such an agency, they usually already know what they want. The role of good design in this sector is to stay within the clearly identified brand of the company and communicating to the clients that yes, they have come to the right place. There are many ways to do this.
Know how to make an entrance
A striking central piece can sometimes be all you need for contemporary office design. An instantly attractive front of house design helps to develop foot traffic numbers for a real estate office, but it also should put them in a relaxed and interested frame of mind.
Interior water features are good for putting people at ease, and can form a visual centrepiece of a reception area. For those that want something more pared back, a multi-levelled reception desk has provided an engaging solution in the past for offices that wanted people to come in from off the street.
Stay with the times
According to the Gensler 2015 Design Forecast, market relevance is key for real estate owners and managers. Millennials and creatives are seeking real estate that captures the imagination, while still providing excellence in function. A sleek, modern office interior design for a real estate company sets the scene and establishes the kind of market it can represent.