The influence of stairs on the design of the workspace

Sometimes we don’t give special attention to the importance of the stairs. Whether indoors or outdoors, stairs represent an essential role in any building. In today’s article, we highlight some of the most beautiful examples of workspace stairs in order to inspire you in a future project.

In fact, more than allowing people to move between floors, stairs can be designed to provide more beauty to buildings and also to connect people in a different way. It may be hard to believe, but the design of a workspace has an impact on employee connections and experience. Why? It influences the energy among the people who work there.

Therefore, it is necessary to think about defining the ideal scenario to keep employees happy, more productive, and more dedicated. Saying that stairs are an element that must be thought for this purpose and designed in order to fulfill some criteria such as transparency between teams and management.


Workspace stairs

1 – Cozy and familiar environment

People feel energized by being close to each other. In this way, open stars and floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that employees do not miss any interaction by providing a family and community environment between them.

2 – Wood comfort

Yes, the light wooden stairs with floating steps and structures that create a warm and airy feeling, add a touch of nature to the workplace. If in addition to the stairs, we combine plants, the comfort of the space and the employees increases up to 100%.

3 – Brand Image

The colorful and aesthetically stairs can serve as an impressive element to light up a space or even to share a statement and a brand image of a business. The harmony that we can find with the interior of the workspace brings balance, well-being, and also a better mood.


If you are thinking about designing a new workspace, take into consideration that you need to offer a variety of options suited to the needs of your employees. Castro Group can deliver the best construction option.

In conclusion, you should maximize interactions and design to allow people to interact and feel positive energy between them. When you do that, you’ll be able to manage more productive teams.

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