In 1666, Sir Isaac Newton raised a triangular glass prism, intercepted a beam of sunlight, and proved that white light is composed of all visible colours of the spectrum. This event initiated a fascination with the qualities of colour.
Since then, many studies have been conducted to find out just what kind of psychological effect colour has. The results show that people who are given the choice of colour to be surrounded with demonstrate a higher level of motivation and productivity. That’s where headoffice3’s design and build team will help! We specialise in designing the perfect workspace for all of your staff to maximise productivity and profitability.
Colours each have their own effects on mood and productivity. Psychology has shown that each colour has certain attributes, implications and reactions specific to it. See below images for feelings associated with standard office colours.
Therefore, it’s critical that when designing an office you don’t choose the colours from your logo… the activity you want performed in the area dictates the colours chosen. For instance an eating area may be picked out with a red wall – because red is a hungry colour. That’s why MacDonalds, Burger King, KFC, 5 Guys and Wimpey are all red…
For a marketing room you don’t want plain grey walls, but a finance office might (just kidding finance)!
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