The Blueprint – Issue #5

The Blueprint – Issue #5

Feeling a bit blue about your office? Tired of staring at your beige or is that aged white, walls? Your office color schemes not only complement your brand but can also have a significant effect on employee mood, productivity, and motivation.

Adform Interiors lead designer, Danielli Franquim says “Colors play a huge role when designing your office space. Colors have the power to influence your mood and even affect your productivity. Not every person is the same when it comes to colors, but it’s safe to generalize how cold and hot color tones affect your mood. Reds and yellows are considered warm colors and they can make your space look very cozy, comfortable yet sometimes cause tension or make you feel overwhelmed. Blues and greens are considered cool colors, yet refreshing. These color tones are easy to match yet have an impact on your creative side and can make you feel inspired and relaxed. When selecting a color for your office, think about what you want to achieve and choose wisely.”

Adform Interiors can not only incorporate new trending colors but also the ones that spark your brand. Whether you want to make a statement with bold colors or add colorful furniture and accents, we are your one-stop-shop. We have designed numerous, innovative spaces to date. A great example where color played a major role is United Technologies Research Center’s Faraday Cage space. Check it out below and if you’re finding your office space needs a color refresh, contact us today!

We’ve gathered some great resources below, to assist you in learning more about colors, check out these informative articles:

 

Team Member Spotlight – Jennifer Paquin

Jennifer Paquin is the Marketing Manager at Adform Interiors. She is responsible for the strategic direction of the brand and manages all marketing activities for the division, including public relations, website development, and sponsor relations.

She works collaboratively with Bill Macdonald, James Waskey, and the team, to ensure client’s needs are met. Together, they monitor communication schedules, plus meet to review upcoming projects and prospect engagements. She also assists in the growth of new customer generation while improving existing customer retention initiatives.

Joining Adform Interiors in April 2018, Jennifer comes from the legal marketing industry with over 20 years’ experience. Though she is new to commercial interiors, she is immersed in learning about commercial design, office furniture, and relocation services. Jennifer looks forward to hearing about your next design, construction, or furniture project!

Oh, in case you were wondering, Jennifer’s favorite color is orange!

Welcome to the Faraday Cage at United Technologies Research Center

Our featured project for this issue is the United Technologies Research Center’s Faraday Cage. Under the direction of UTRC’s facilities team, we executed and implemented all design build-out aspects of the space.

The space was inspired by Google’s open, collaborative workspaces, consisting of bright colors. The space design allows for multi-functional activities and privacy when needed. The space includes several phone booths, conference rooms, kitchenette, and a lounge area.

Looking for colorful style? Check out the STYLEX Cove Chair

The Cove lounge chair is as much about comfort as it is about form. Both visually striking and welcoming, Cove offers tremendous flexibility and will support most any seated posture with room to spare for your tablet or laptop. Whether used as a statement lounge piece or grouped to support informal gatherings, Cove enhances appeal and usability within the environment, plus it comes in a multitude of colors.

If you’d like to learn more about this stylish chair, contact Adform Interiors today!

Did You Know?

The most popular color in the world is blue. Lucky for us, we choose our brand color well at Adform Interiors ! The second favorite colors are red and green, followed by orange, brown and purple. Yellow is the least favorite color, preferred by only five percent of people.