A pioneer in experience-focused design
At Rune & Berg Design, our strengths consist of multidisciplinary expertise and years of experience in a variety of industries. We believe that the best experiences are holistic and arise at the interface where people and spaces meet. These experiences consist of carefully planned details and actions that take into consideration all the senses.
The foundation of our design work is a data-based understanding, creating competitive spaces and operating models for our clients.
We design experiential, functional and visually impressive work environments, service environments and premises. In addition to physical environments, we design successful, competitive services that are based on genuine customer needs. Our goal is also to strengthen the user-centric thinking of organisations and help companies develop operating cultures that can be used to achieve the desired user experience. Our process includes all project phases, from a needs assessment to concept design and from spatial design to project management.
Our core competencies include:
- spatial design, interior architecture
- concept design
- graphic design, graphic spatial look
- service design
- qualitative and quantitative data collection methods
- analysis and utilisation of information
- design of operating culture
- project management
- change communications
- business-minded approach
We work with service organisations who see customer experience as a strategic tool in developing services from a business or competitiveness perspective.
We design work environments for forerunners in the field of employee experience and also for those companies that aim to join them.
Real estate development
Our clients are real estate developers who value the tenant experience. We want to work with you to find the hidden potential of your property.
TRIPLE DIAMOND MODEL guarantees a systematic application of user understanding. We ensure a successful outcome by combining identifying the problem with solution and concept design and implementation. In order to achieve the desired change, the change process itself is as important as the outcome.