Undoubtedly, new technologies and the digital world are revolutionizing the world of work and, as a result, a cultural revolution is also taking place in companies that affects the design and organization of offices .
Only with a good workspace can you get more corporate commitment and less absenteeism by employees.
For this we must bet on inspiring corporate spaces that focus on the welfare of workers.
This is the #TransformativeDesign philosophy, and fortunately it is on the rise, among the companies of our country.
Changes in the world of work occur very fast and you have to know how to adapt to the needs of the current worker. Companies that do it before will be able to attract and retain talent , and discover new generations, other ways to develop their professions.
To respond to this growing demand to design more human spaces and better adapted to workers are born companies such as DO WE, a startup that is revolutionizing the design of interiors in Spain and that leads the phenomenon of “emotional architecture” in companies.
When DO WE designs the workspaces, it does so by placing the human team at the center of the operation . It aims to build a revolutionary corporate ecosystem around it that enhances creativity, innovation and excellence.
Sandra Brenes, co-founder of DO WE, points out: “The reality is that most companies, up to now, were content to make a superficial change, without involving the true pillars of the organization. However, they have realized that this is a huge expense that does not bring real benefits to the company, “he adds.
Or what is the same: a design that was not based on the needs and the improvement of the conditions of the workers, means throwing away the money.
DO WE prepares for its clients different environments that adapt to the different needs that arise in the day to day of the workers , managing to create a collaborative environment that makes everyone feel involved.
This facilitates many processes and encourages teamwork . It is about making spaces very functional in which people feel at ease and in a natural way, a greater corporate commitment of the workers towards the company will be achieved.
In short, it is about making “Emotional Architecture for Spanish Companies” that allows them to grow, inspire and make people “love their work” (which is not little).