Offices are places where we spend a considerable part of our lives; it is therefore important to rethink office design.
Is it possible to create offices that are enriching environments that stimulate creativity? Can office design lead to more joy and comfort at work?
Yes, if an office’s design reflects nature’s magnificence and diversity instead of an atmosphere of economical standards which feel technical, restraining and stressful.
Yes, if the design includes intelligent geometric forms and proportions instead of careless carved forms and strictly functional sizes and proportions.
Yes, if the design and layout of tables are in harmony with basic human needs instead of contemporary work set-ups which force people to look for alternate means fulfilling their needs.
Can Feng Shui principles be used to facilitate the design of enriching office environments?
Yes, if basic Feng Shui principles (backing, command, security), which are mainly identical to ergonomic knowledge, is taken care in the first place.
Yes, if Yin Yang principle is used to foster powerful dynamics for ongoing processes on mental and physical levels.
Yes, if the 5 Feng Shui elements are used to create incentives of the full circle of qualities representing wholeness instead of one-sidedness.
Office design, ergonomics, Feng Shui, spirituality, built environment, creativity, live quality at work, sacred geometry