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How to create more space


Creating open and comfortable work spaces within an office is a vital part of keeping staff motivate and improving efficiency. There has been a lot of research done which shows that the space, light and environment of a work space can have a big impact on the quality and quantity of work produced. More managers and business owners in all different industries are now looking for ways to improve their office layout. Here are some tips on how you can create a more space:


Effective use of lighting can have a very big impact on the spaciousness and comfort of an office. If you have many poorly lit areas in the office, it can create a sense of enclosure that will demotivate staff and make the whole office seem less vibrant. Natural light is the best, so try and utilise windows as much as possible but clean white LED light can also give the sense of more space.


If you run a busy office that is always full of staff carrying out different meetings and conferences, it can be hard to find suitable space if your office layout is linear. Utilising bespoke structures can help you create unique spaces that are specific to your daily needs.



When designing your office layout, it’s important to think about the day-to-day routine and plan things around that. It may seem like you are saving space by pushing a lot of desks or furniture to the back of the room but creating a free-flowing office layout that takes into account high-traffic work areas, will create a much better sense of spaciousness and a more enjoyable, stress-free experience for staff.


It’s surprising how much a good clear out can create more space. It’s understandable that in a busy office, clutter will gather up over time and make an area look crowded and untidy. A clear desk reflects a clear mind and getting rid of clutter will create a more open and clean environment while helping staff to focus more and stay motivated.


If you’re truly struggling to create the space you need in the office and you don’t have enough time to commit yourself fully to the project, hiring an interior designer or professional organiser can be an ideal solution that will fix your problem while allowing you to still focus on work.

Reach out and give us a call with regards to helping you create something for you and your business space.


The Future of Work Space

The workspace revolution is all about design. The future is all about creating productive environments using agile and flexible designs. The old ways are being cast aside as companies and organisations focus on work and its settings holistically. The demand for new approaches is at an all time high. Below, the team here at London Wall looks into the future of our offices. The world over, companies are seeking ways to facilitate a more harmonious environment for collaboration, team shifting, and flexibility within the work place. An office space can become more effective, flexible and efficient because it supports a dynamic rather than a static workforce.


As the attitude towards the environment in which work changes, so too will its aesthetic. The line between work and home will blur as companies focus on the idea of community. Coworking space, with its informal and collaborative ethos, will scale up. Smart environments will become the norm. Attracting this young, forward-thinking and creative generation will be a shared goal of cities and employers.

Transformative Spaces - leading organisations understand that well-designed workspaces improve performance and encourage productivity. They see it as crucial to achieving their goals. The shift towards transformational spaces is proof that the emphasis is being placed upon building a positive dynamic through effective office space design.

Agile Working is the key to increasing creativity and innovation within a workplace. An effective office design strategy can help to stimulate divergent levels of thinking by providing an environment that is conducive to employee needs, therefore keeping workers engaged at work. A flexible physical working space also enables technology to adapt to the needs of the workers who use them.

Allowing individuals and groups to control their surroundings enables the space to come alive and become activated by people. Every space should be curated according to the culture while at the same time ensuring a free-flowing atmosphere with a variety of work mode options.

It is vital to create an efficient and optimal working area where your team can feel energised and motivated. Not only can great office design strategy elevate productivity and morale, but it can also help to promote and reinforce a corporate identity.

By changing the design and feel of your work space and allowing it to become more flexible, you will in turn change and adapt the attitude, productivity and harmony of the your workforce.

In the News...

London´s Clerkenwell Design Week 17
The London district of Clerkenwell houses more creative businesses than
anywhere else in the world and celebrates this with the annual Clerkenwell
Design Week.
CDW17 displayed new products, exhibitions, workshops and installations that
showcased the best in international design. From studios to showrooms,
London's design district came to life. The eighth edition was the biggest
yet. With 250 exhibitors, including more than 90 showrooms, 10 installations
and 7 exhibitions there was everything from leather-craft workshops, a
secret garden, stunning structures, wood-carving demonstrations, a fleet of
eye-catching Twizy’s, a plethora of pop-ups, thought-provoking talks and
more product launches than you can imagine.
Integral to the festival were the local design showrooms who partner with
Clerkenwell Design Week to create a diverse programme of topic-led events
including talks, workshops and product launches.
Clerkenwell has also become home to a host of architects, branding agencies
and craft studios. In celebration of Clerkenwell Design Week they throw open
their doors to the visitors hosting workshops, displays and installations.
This year’s bespoke showcase of workshops, talks, exhibitions viewings and
drop-in sessions celebrated more than ever London's exceptional
craftsmanship, cultural heritage, diversity, innovation and design talent.
Next CDW takes place from 22-24 May 18 in London.

CDW17 1st appearance a success!

Last week was a very exciting, new experience for all at London Wall Design. Our first appearance at CDW17 in our new showroom based in Turnmill Street. Our showroom partners -  Assmann Office Furniture were kind enough to show us the ropes!

We would like to thank all our clients who took the time to drop in and say hello.

A warm welcome to those who we met for the first time and we look forward to working with you on your projects in the future.

Our combo Type100/G100 wall and our G200 wall are in the showroom on a permanent basis, so if you missed the opportunity to see them in action last week, please feel free to contact our sales department to set up a time to meet in the showroom for your own personal demonstration. 0208 391 8792

The showroom is open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm.

London Wall Design Radiates!

As business evolves and requirements change in our fast-paced world, London Wall Design continue to bring ground breaking, intuitive products to the industry and pride ourselves in being able to create unique and bespoke systems for all our clients, whatever the application. Our latest project which has been installed and tested has made us particularly proud and set a new standard in acoustic movable walls.

The requirements on this project were clear and simple with very specific needs for one of the leading pharmaceutical companies and we were going to tackle it head on. A movable acoustic wall with radiation protection for a research and testing environment needing to maximise flexibility while still offering the safety and protection required in a radiology environment.

Our Type 100 semi-electrically operated movable wall was developed and tailor-made for this requirement; with X-Ray protection and specialised seals to ensure the ground-breaking radiation protection and acoustic levels would be achieved. Each wall weighed in the region of circa 6 tons and the top hung system was fitted with our Type “K“ track which allows for remote and varied stacking locations. The walls varied in width and height but were all finished in Rigato Formica laminate with aluminium protective edge trims. The vision panels in the pass doors were fitted with Med-X type single glazed glass between two layers of 4 mm thick toughened glass