Here are the key factors you need to consider when choosing furniture pieces for your business:
1. QUALITY CONSTRUCTION
When it comes to upholstered furniture, cheap, less durable furniture will be held together by nails, staples or glue. Mid-range furniture will have dowels or screws. The best quality furniture will have timber jointing such as dovetail or mortise and tenon. The higher the quality, the longer it will last.
2. SCALE AND PROPORTION
The furniture should be drawn to scale on the plans. However, volume also needs to be considered. This includes ceiling heights, corridor widths, and how the item will ‘sit’ in a large open space. There is nothing worse than a room that has too little or too much furniture of the wrong size and proportion.
3. COST PER USE
Say you spend $1,000 on a task (or desk) chair. This chair is used on average three days per week. Over the course of a year this equates to $8.20 per week or a daily sit rate of $2.75. Over the course of a 10 – 15 year lease, the chair more than pays for itself!
4. FAKE VS AUTHENTIC
Do you let your children copy their classmate’s work? Would you buy fake Louis Vuitton handbags? Would you illegally download movies? Would you steal someone else’s intellectual property? There is huge debate in Australia over the issue of replica furniture, and we are well behind the European approach where fakes are outlawed in many countries. A designer worth their salt would never specify a fake designer item.
With more agile work styles and the ability to work anywhere at any time, it is important that furniture settings are ergonomic. The higher the quality, the higher the ergonomic properties as more time has been spent during the design phase on research and development into human centred design and how the item supports people’s physical needs.
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