It is established that Corporate Art—or incorporating artworks and pieces in the workplace – boosts employee productivity, uplift their spirits and encourage to perform at their best.
Research has also suggested that artworks in the workplace contribute to creativity and intellectual stimulation, which may lead to better output and inspire out of the box solutions and and ideas.
Many of the world’s finest artworks are owned and managed by corporations. In fact, these artworks have become part of the companies’ assets. However, these beautiful corporate art collections are seldom publicly accessible, kept behind heavy mahogany office doors, or in ironclad safes.
The world today continues to explore new ideas that were deemed impossible a few years back. Innovation in technical and designs are what make the industry of art adapt to changes the society, as well as its people’s preferences, dictate.
A few decades back, people would settle to simpler designs—plain, safe and most importantly, functional. But since the people were exposed to limitless possibilities, their wants improved and they wanted more complex things—which is not a bad thing. Man continues to develop his skills in art, technology and design that goes with what time demands.
One of the most common issues at home, especially for new couples who decided to live together, is the placement of furniture and appliances at home. For instance, some want their living room to be a space that is conducive of interaction. What happens if your partner wants to put the television in the room, but you are against it? Something as simple as that may dig up deeper fights in the future.