To allow each employee to evolve in an ideal infrastructure, the latter must be adapted accordingly. Whether it is furniture or tools, it is advisable to think of the smallest details that would make work sessions more productive. The first step is to clearly define each work area, then to arrange each area according to its functionality.
Individual Work Desks
In a collaborative workspace, an individual workspace must be sufficiently acoustically isolated to cut out noise pollution and allow good concentration. The brightness must be optimal and an elaborate decoration in warm colors will be appreciated to promote the feeling of well-being.
Collaborative Common Spaces
Collaborative common spaces are open spaces focused on conviviality. For open spaces, it is advisable to limit the number of shared workstations to 10, in order to minimize noise pollution. So that everyone can comfortably evolve into a collaborative workspace, it is also important to think about setting up meeting areas, as well as a cafeteria area, meals, or a relaxation area. To separate these areas without losing light, it is recommended to opt for transparent partitions, which will let in natural light while offering a little more privacy.
Equipment For Work Desks
Ideally, desks in a collaborative workspace should have everything you need to work with, just like in any fixed office. Thus, for a well-appointed work desk, it is necessary to provide coworkers with simple and functional furniture, easy-to-move storage, comfortable chairs, not to mention decorative elements such as plants. For meeting rooms or individual offices, consider whiteboards and markers, little details that can make coworkers’ lives easier.
Furnishings For More Well-Being
For optimal comfort, the ideal furniture in a collaborative workspace must be ergonomic and flexible. All furniture that is easy to transport and store will be appreciated because of the coworkers’ mobility. Very often, chairs and desks are moved, replaced or moved as needed. Office chairs must be adjustable, preferably on casters, plenty of personalized storage, and upgradeable furniture. It is important to ensure the installation of sockets for charging computer devices, in the same way that it may be wise to think of offering a “sit-stand” workstation, very practical to avoid the purely seated station for many hours.