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WATERCOOLER CHAT: Small Spaces With Big Ideals

Small spaces can have just as much impact as expansive office plans. Open plan office design has lead to some interesting discussions and very forward-thinking ideas. Not the least of which is where and how these discussions take place. Large conference room spaces have given way to smaller seating groups strategically positioned around the office for a quick huddle. Small spaces can have some pretty big ideals for the unused areas in your office by encouraging stylish collaboration on the fly.

Small Spaces, Big Ideals

Large conference rooms have given way to smaller seating groups strategically positioned around the office for a quick huddle. These small workspaces can create big impact for the unused areas in your office by encouraging stylish collaboration on the fly.

With square footage at a premium, businesses of all sizes, professions, and levels have begun creating these agile spaces as a way for impromptu idea sharing and collaboration. They’re typically inexpensive to outfit and require little physical space. Awkward areas and unproductive corners can become the most productive places in the building with a few mindful updates.

Defining collaboration has driven the office design industry to some beautiful solutions for huddle spaces, multitasking recep- ton areas and breakrooms, and taken odd little-used corners to a whole new level of engagement.

Office Furniture NOW! has some great solutions to make your huddle space a success. Whether your office is just starting up, retrofitting, or you’re just looking for more collaborative areas, you’ll want to include these five must-haves in your huddle space design:

  • Multi-Tasking Furniture
  • Monitors/Digital Display
  • Whiteboards
  • Ambiance
  • Video Collaboration

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