User-orientated specification of needs creates a basis for a work environment that supports the way employees work and can adapt when the needs change.
Pohjolan Voima renewed the company's working methods and wanted to increase staff interaction and openness when creating their activity based office.
What will the future office be like? Will it be a sci-fi environment full of robots doing our job for us? Or will it be our second home with all its amenities? In her blog post, Minna Andersson shares her vision of our workplace to be.
The Martela Lifecycle model reduces customers’ facility expenses and increases job satisfaction. In addition to bringing cost savings, it improves productivity – permanently.
How do you make a piece of furniture feel personal when it is also used by several other colleagues? This is a challenge Henrik Kjellberg and Jon Lindström, designers at o4i Design Studio, have been tackling.
The best innovations are inspired by real needs. Originally intended as an experiment, the GoBag immediately became so popular that it was included in Martela’s product selection.
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Martela has been working in the field of workplace ergonomics for over sixty years. We have collected some of our knowledge on the following pages.
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