Making yours a green office

It may be because you’re expanding your operations or you might be starting from scratch. Whatever the case, every company needs a suitable space to operate from. This is where we come in. Our establishment is the leading specialist for commercial architecture London has. We can assist you in creating something that suits your needs.

One of the most popular design trends for offices is going green because it offers so many benefits. For example, you can easily lower your carbon footprint without harming profitability.

You may be unfamiliar with this trend. If this is the case, you’re probably not sure what you should be doing. Don’t worry though; we’re here to offer you some expert advice as well as useful tips.


To begin with, it would be wise to pick green products. Select your office furniture and equipment carefully. Go for those made from sustainable, reclaimed, and recycled materials. Favour quality goods that shall last. Focus on efficiency with every electrical item. If possible, try to source your equipment locally. This way, you cut down on shipping.


Make sure you have a decent insulation system in place too. This is one of the best ways to lower energy usage. It’s not often that offices are fully occupied. With thermostats or individual radiators, you can ensure you only heat areas that require it.

Natural ventilation

It’s nice to have great ventilation as well. This is an essential component for having a green office. Try to do away with traditional air conditioning in favour of more natural ventilation. This can reduce your energy consumption and also improve the health of employees. Put a few plants around the space too. In addition to being attractive, they aid with purifying the air.

At Coffey Architects, we can help you design commercial architecture that’s both functional and efficient. We’ll work alongside you to develop a suitable plan. Once we’re finished there, we will begin the main construction phase. From our base in London we can work with clients all across the UK and beyond.

If there are things you’d like to discuss with us, feel free to call our firm.