The story is all about fluidity, making the private office less about isolation and more about encouraging a balance between all the ways you work. Just as spaces within spaces are popping up in the open office, microzones in a private office will create more purpose and organization in a less intimidating environment. These zones provide employees the space and privacy they need to transition between work modes.
The furniture and communication tools in a private space and where they are placed, should lend themselves to transitioning between focused work and collaborative work with visiting team members. Pick out pieces that make your office feel like a home-base through the day. It’s the little things, like a place to put your coat or a picture of your dog that makes your private office a place that you want to work in, not have to.
Employees are no longer content with cookie cutter spaces with only a name tag to distinguish a space as their own. Each person works a little differently and a private office should reflect that by providing products that encourage a connection to their workplace. Waddell’s Pallet Collection brings personalization, collaboration, and storage into private spaces through configurable accessories.
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