If you have any questions that we haven’t covered here, please contact us and we’ll do the best we can to answer them.

  • A single team approach guarantees seamless communication and a thorough understanding of your project at all stages, ensuring a consistent and cohesive execution.
  • We offer a full range of services including FF&E procurement, furniture consultancy, planning, design, project management, as well as warehousing and move management for office relocations.
  • Our process includes using mood boards, 2D floor plans, 3D models, and photorealistic visualisations to create custom designs that reflect your brand identity and meet functional requirements.
  • With over two decades of experience, K2 Space excels in creating contemporary office spaces, keeping up with the latest trends and design principles. Our expertise encompasses a broad range of projects, from large-scale international to high-end interior designs.
  • The D&B method enhances communication and coordination, leading to improved accuracy and efficiency. Projects are typically completed about 30% quicker than traditional methods, offering a more cost-effective and time-efficient solution.
  • D&B is a streamlined approach where one team manages both the design and construction of office spaces. This method offers a more integrated and efficient process compared to traditional approaches, which separate design and construction.
  • Flexibility is about adapting to change. Typically, it involves bookable “non-address” workstations, collaboration space, booths, using meeting software like Teams and Zoom, flexible power and data distribution to allow ad hoc working, movable furniture and rooms and being able to handle everyone in the office on occasions. For more information on this, have a look at our recent article on ways in office spaces can become more flexible.
  • You need to try to make the building work through the duration of the lease – you don’t want too little space holding back growth, or too much unnecessarily increasing your costs. We can take an informed guess at what the future holds, and help you to make the space adaptable, flexible so that it can be easily modified to meet changing needs, for example using modular furniture and open floor plans that can be easily reconfigured. Additionally, it can be helpful to gather as much information as possible about potential future trends (see our office design trends 2023 article) and to incorporate this into your design plans. This can help you to make informed decisions about the size and layout of the space, as well as the types of amenities and technologies that you may need to accommodate in the future.
  • It is difficult to predict exactly what the future of the office will look like, as it will depend on a variety of factors such as technological advancements, changing work styles, and the needs and preferences of employees. However, there are a few trends that are likely to shape the future of the office: 1. Increased use of technology: As technology continues to advance, it is likely that we will see more use of virtual and augmented reality in the office, as well as the use of artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies to automate certain tasks and improve efficiency. 2. More flexible work arrangements: There is likely to be a continued shift towards more flexible work arrangements, such as remote work, agile working, and hybrid working, as employees seek greater control over their work environment and schedule. 3. Greater emphasis on employee well-being: The design and layout of office spaces are likely to place a greater emphasis on promoting employee well-being, with the inclusion of features such as natural light, outdoor spaces, and ergonomic furniture. 4. Sustainability: As concerns about the environment continue to grow, the design and operation of office spaces are likely to place a greater emphasis on sustainability, with the use of energy-efficient systems, recycled materials, and other environmentally friendly practices. We highly recommend reading our article on the 2023 trends for office design. We also have a lot of experience working with leading companies that have faced similar challenges, and we can use this expertise to help you.