At Verto360 we believe the future is coming whether you’re ready for it or not, so it makes sense to plan and design with future change mind. Therefore, our philosophy encompasses products, designs and approaches that not only address anticipated changes, but mitigate unnecessary costs and disruptions associated with those changes in the future.
How do we do this?
For starters, we’re advocates of staying on top of not only current trends, but also future developments. You can expect that when we are in the Initial stage of designing your space we will asking you lot’s of questions about your future and combining your answers with what we’ve learned to provide you with solutions that have future proof features and options.
Where is future proofing required?
In a word “everywhere”. Whether we’re designing the construction of your interior build out, furnishings, electrical distribution or IT all of these systems will undergo change over time and so the question of future proofing must be asked at every opportunity.
What about integration?
Thought you’d never ask. Not only does future proofing have to be considered for all aspects of the interior, but each aspect must be integrated into the whole. That’s why we’re an interior design and build out company and not just a construction or furniture company. When it comes to integration one only has to consider technology as a touch stone to see how integration plays a key role in integrating every aspect of a buildings interior design.
We won’t need to change.
That was then, this is now. The pace of change within the work environment has accelerated dramatically over the past few years. Even if your existing interior has required minimal change in the past it’s likely that your new interior will have to respond to change more nimbly and sustainably in the future.
But I don’t want to have to pay for future proofing “today”.
You don’t have to. In most cases our designs can accommodate future change without incurring additional costs today. It’s about applying forethought to the design process, not throwing money at an unpredictable future.
We’d love to show you some examples of how we do this. Please feel free to contact us.