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Creating Intentional Spaces
Is your office space effectively meeting your day to day needs? Perhaps your office could benefit from intentional space division.
Regardless of the layout of your workspace, integrating space division into your floor plan can sow seeds that produce advantages for not just you, but the entire staff and company. When specifically speaking about open office layouts, there are many advantages such as enhanced collaboration. However, nothing comes without its drawbacks – and when it comes to open offices or shared cubicles/workspaces, the negative aspect is increased distractions. Due to the openness of the layout, audible and visual distractions are heightened, making self-focused, non-collaborative work slightly more difficult.
Room divisions can create spaces for any and all types of work, and build a foundation of efficiency and productivity.
The Benefits of Defined Space
Your company culture is strongly influenced by the layout of your workspace or office. Open offices are becoming increasingly popular in cities around the world, and for those utilizing the traditional office layout, the urge to reconfigure the workflow is also being reimagined.
The beauty of office space division – especially mobile partitions – is that they can be configured to both the traditional and non-traditional workspace. At Waddell, that is why we created Pallet Mobile, for people in both types of offices to feel the same amount of impact from the product. Created with sturdy casters, our Pallet Mobile is easy to transport from room to room across any surface, extending your workstation as needed. With ample accessory options – from shelves to whiteboards – our mobile space division solution is not just a functional piece of office furniture, but a beautiful art installation waiting to be personalized.
Ready to consider this for your own office, but still wanting to understand more of the overall benefits to space delineation? Let’s take a look.
A proper working environment is essential to productivity and morale. While you make changes to how your workspace flows, engage your team and accept feedback! Who better to get input from than those who inhabit the space daily? By involving your team in the needs of the office, you can build rapport and continue creating a positive, well-oiled work environment for your company.