How Robinsons Land Corporation Office Building uses art to increase productivity
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Have you ever imagined working in an art gallery? How inspiring it must be to be surrounded by works of art that spark conversations, spark the imagination and are also a feast for the eyes. So much so that even a simple email can sound like beautiful prose.
Unless you are an artist or a curator, this might not be possible. But employees of Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) can get a taste of this one-of-a-kind work experience as Robinsons Offices transforms their offices into art galleries.
Showcasing Filipino ingenuity
RLC has always demonstrated Filipino ingenuity in all its developments. As part of their mission to showcase the immeasurable potential of Filipino talent, they have decorated their offices with paintings by some of the country’s talented local artists.
The paintings they handpicked were inspired by Filipino traits and values that RLC also embodies: hardworking, industrious, enterprising, enterprising, big on sustainability and community building, to name a few- one.
These works of art were certainly not just an afterthought. They blend in perfectly with the Filipino interiors of the office which include touches of solihiya on the cabinets, pantry walls and chairs, Machuca tiles and Capiz light fixtures.
The paintings, showcasing different aspects of a Filipino community, also blend with the social features of the office, including gathering areas, billiards, table tennis, foosball areas, town hall, and room.
But even with these masterpieces and gorgeous interiors that make up RLC’s office on the 25th floor of Cyberscape Alpha in Pasig, stepping inside will instantly feel like home. As you cross the door, you will be greeted by a veranda and, adjoining it, the living room or Hello, as we would call it, it resembles that of a typical Filipino house.
Parts of the office will also be familiar to anyone who grew up in a Filipino family where medals, certificates and paintings are usually displayed by proud parents or grandparents on their walls. The only difference is that in the RLC office, the paintings made by local artists are the ones that are proudly displayed.
Art and productivity
These works of art bring more than beauty to the walls of RLC. They also aim to make employees feel more comfortable when they return to work in the office after more than two years of working from home.
According to a study by a workplace and human resources strategy firm, PLASTARC“Displaying artwork in the workplace can improve employee performance, mood, and physical well-being, as well as strengthen interpersonal bonds between employees and customers
People who work in environments decorated with aesthetically appealing artwork generally experience less stress and anger in response to task-related frustration, and thus help create a more collaborative and enjoyable workplace .
RLC employees echo these findings.
“It’s such a great feeling. It feels like working in an art museum. It also helps us employees restore our mental energy and reduce stress,” said Lester C. Torres, Leasing Assistant, Office Buildings Division, Robinsons Land Corporation.
“When I first walked into the office, it felt like I was walking into an art exhibition. I also think it gives the office a warm feel. This is my first time working location, so I’m really in awe of the office vibe,” said Zia Marielle Chy, Legal Manager, Office Buildings Division, Robinsons Land Corporation. “I’m the kind of person who can’t work or sit concentrate if the environment is disorganized or unpleasant, but seeing the artwork on display, I become easily inspired and feel relaxed. I think it also improves the mood of the employees.
This showcase of Filipino artistry and ingenuity will soon be seen at more RLC properties – which now includes office lobbies – in the days to come.
“As a business unit, we will continue to support Filipino talent not only through painting, but also through sculpture, etc.,” said Jericho P. Go, senior vice president and general manager of the business unit. of Robinsons Offices. – Rappler.com