BREAK AREA the old area with the coffee machine becomes a real workspace "WorkCafé", integrating lounge and coffee break areas with one designed for collaborative and individual work, where the use is not just a coffee break, but can be exchange of ideas, short meetings, all quick and informal.
NOT ONLY MEETING To meet there should not be only meeting rooms, but every office should have a small meeting table or desk equipped to accommodate a colleague, people are constantly moving and move from individual work to one-to-one meetings for impromptu collaborations, we should then design offices keeping in mind this need.
OFFICE NOT OFFICE It can happen that an employee does not have an assigned desk. Every day you choose one of the many shared desks, and select the most appropriate space for individuals or groups based on changes that business involves. it is very common on today's highly connected employees. People can determine where and how they work best. 10am place might not be the same at 2 pm because you do different types of work "so you have to create a range of desks and flexible containers, to meet changing needs."
OPEN SPACE STILL The discussion is still on open space where more people work in the same space, but unlike in the past, now operators require more efficient workstations, designed to boost productivity and greater well-being in the workplace. Research shows that if people have to walk more than 20 meters to see and talk with a colleague will send an e-mail, however, if they are close, will stand up to speak in person. Shorten the physical distance between people is a factor that helps us to improve productivity.
PRIVATE SHARED SPACE In situations of open plan offices or in general with plenty of space many times people need areas to concentrate, small private spaces where a specific work can be carried out . A private space which, however, can be shared by multiple people according to need.