Shared Workspace Design

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From hot desking to presentation spaces, shared workspaces are designed to avoid unnecessary uses of space

Dedicated Workspace Areas for Collaboration or Short Use

The concept of hot desking and shared workspaces in not new, but its the one area which can have a massive positive impact on the utilisation of space in an office.

If you look round your office and regularly see a proportion of empty desks for whatever reason, be it, flexible working hours, absenteeism, holidays, employees working offsite, on the road visiting customers or suppliers or simply no longer employed, the chances are you have allocated too many permanent desk spaces.

Careful office design with shared spaces can take many forms including smaller desks, more relaxed areas or high level desks to suit shorter work times.

But most importantly, shared workspace allows you to dramatically reduce the fixed costs per employee ratio, whilst also creating a more productive environment – now isn’t that worth considering.

Contact us today to discuss your office design and workspace priorities.

Maxi Cube: Careful office design with collaborative workspace to maximise space and usage for business across Scotland and the UK.

Collaboration Space
Informal Break Out Area

Key Benefits

  • Minimises space for personnel who spend time out the officeMinimises space for personnel who spend time out the office
  • Can increase staff without the need to increase spaceCan increase staff without the need to increase space
  • Clever office design creates dedicated space for remote or external workersClever office design creates dedicated space for remote or external workers
  • Shared workspace can be used as collaboration areaShared workspace can be used as collaboration area

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