Malaysian Offices Can Provide Design Inspiration For Your Space

A well-decorated office space can help set the right tone for your business. When deciding on a decorating scheme, you may want to look for inspiration from Malaysia. Businesses in Malaysia typically rely on clean, understated decorating schemes to create a professional, eye-catching look. Below are some of the key features that you will commonly find in office interior design from this part of the world:

Understated Is In

One of the biggest mistakes that people make when decorating an office is doing too much. It can be easy to get caught up in the excitement of decorating and add too many accessories to your office. In Malaysia, however, people tend to take a much more understated approach.

Instead of trying to cram as many decorative accessories as possible into your office space, focus on choosing a few key pieces that will help set the tone for the entire space. Before adding any items to your office, ask yourself whether or not they will really add to the overall look and feel of the space or whether they are unnecessary.

Choose Pieces That Are Practical And Attractive

Ultimately, the items that you choose to put in your office should serve some practical purpose. After all, the whole point of having an office space is to be able to get work done.

When shopping for accessories for your office, try to look for multipurpose pieces that can not only enhance your decor but can also serve a practical purpose. Ideally, every piece that you add to your office should be both attractive and functional.

Choose Items That Coordinate With One Another

Ultimately, your goal should be to create a space that looks cohesive. The decor in Malaysian offices usually centers around a particular theme or style. All of the pieces work with one another, helping to create a coordinated look throughout the space.

If you choose mismatched items for your space, it can create a jumbled, thrown together look that doesn’t accurately reflect your company’s professionalism. On the other hand, when you choose pieces that coordinate with one another, you can create a cohesive look that presents your company in the best possible light.

You Don’t Have To Spend A Fortune

There is a common misconception that you have to spend a lot of money on office furniture if you want to get attractive pieces. As it turns out, however, you can find a lot of pieces that are extremely affordable that will still look wonderful in your office. Most Malaysian businesses use a mixture of high-end pieces and more affordable furniture to create a one-of-a-kind space.

Even if you don’t have a lot of money to spend, you should be able to find some attractive furniture and accessories that you can use to decorate your office. Try looking at photographs of other office spaces for inspiration.

Studying how businesses in Malaysia decorate their offices can give you some great ideas for how to decorate your space. It is definitely worth putting some thought into the overall appearance of your office. After all, it is one of the first things that clients will notice when they come to meet with you.

You can get all of these advice and many more if your work with SkalaBina in Malaysia.

Featured Projects

2013 Orca 2014 (Orbea)

The new Orbea Orca has the characteristics necessary to satisfy both the cyclists of the highest competition and the most demanding users. At DakitDesign, we have had the pleasure of collaborating with the ORBEA team to create the ultimate weapon for the competition. The Orca is a bicycle designed and built for winners.

2012 Bilbao Bizkaia Branding

Both Bilbao and Bizkaia have an unprecedented international repercussion. The transcendence and projection of many of its corners is indisputable for that reason, they require a proper graphic identity and differentiating character on the environment. At DakitDesign we face this challenge, seeking a unique and contemporary proposal that conveys the identity of Bilbao-Bizkaia in a disruptive and optimistic way, being able to adapt to different scenarios with versatility.

2011 Soul (Cemosa)

Soul is a chicken egg container designed and developed by Dakit Design for Cemosa. Its external appearance, with great personality, manages to gain visual attention within a linear product thanks to its aggressive lines, differentiated from the rest of the products on the market.

2011 Tabber & Stringer (Mondragon Assembly)

Tabber & Stringer machines make solar panels from photovoltaic cells. Despite being an industrial product, it is a clean and modern machine, with great future potential, in which a conceptual search is required to enhance its characteristics. A challenge for Dakit and Mondragon Assembly.

2011 Orca Bronze (Obrea)

The Orca Bronze project is a redesign within the Orca range, where we find Orca Gold and Orca Silver. They are bicycles that by their characteristic techniques and materials are at the top of the world elite.

2011 Xirimiri

The brand for Xirimiri was worked from the creation of the premises by EkhiStudio. This has been a key element in the creation process, since it has been easier to understand the motives behind the strong, simple and powerful forms of the local, and they would be transferred to the logo so that it expresses the same sensations as its architecture and environment.

2010 Alissa (Fagor)

The application of a graphic to a product such as a domestic iron, involves the work of representing the main functions and the testing of the understanding of them, by several user profiles to which the product is directed: older people With some visual deficiency, users with little knowledge of use, etc.

2010 Terra (Orbea)

The Terra project is a cyclocross bicycle project for Orbea, a model that represents the brand’s first carbon bicycle for this sector.

Cyclocross races are truffled with obstacles. Thinking about it, we have created a table with the horizontal asymmetric tube (the technology ATT Ergonomy System). With this, we create a greater zone of contact between the cyclist and the bicycle in the sections where he has to put it on the shoulder.

About History of dakit design

Lander and Ainara created DakitDesign in 2006, with the aim of working on product design projects. The main incentive of this new initiative was to create methods of work that collected the most interesting aspects acquired both in the experience of Lander in his Master of Industrial Design of Politecnico di Torino (Italy) and of the perspective of design perceived by Ainara in ‘ Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique (France).

In 2010, after developing design projects for companies specializing in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Oskar became part of the Dakit team, and completed his experience with the Master of Strategic Design of Products and Services Associated with The University of Mondragón (Gipuzkoa). We soon see the potential of Service Design as a line of business, and a way to manage both tangible and intangible elements from the design, creating a Product Service System methodology, capable of comprehending product and service projects in a comprehensive way.

Thanks to this reflection between different approaches and design trends, a method of logical, empirical and co-creative work has been created in Dakit, through which we have been able to experience interesting design projects for sectors such as sports, packaging, or even The machine tool sector, so characteristic of our territory.

Our clients have been participants and decisive during the different processes, making new and interesting proposals of value to the market. In addition, DakitDesign has maintained a didactic commitment to design and our vision of it, thanks to the collaboration with the University of Mondragon (Gipuzkoa) in the delivery of classes as “Design Methodology” or “Graphic Representation” to new students Degree in Industrial Design Engineering.