Despite COVID-19, the modern office isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. There may be hybrid arrangements, but most companies will still have a physical presence to some extent. This begs the question: Do certain workplace designs work better than others? Open workplaces — where companies eschew cubicles for more collaborative spaces — have become more common in recent years. However, there are still some companies that prefer a more traditional, closed set-up. (Think individual offices and cubicles.) There are of course some pros and cons to each format. Here’s a look at them:
Support Where Work Happens
While not everyone has the luxury of having a separate room to use as a dedicated home office or a lot of space in the business office, there are space-saving furniture options available that support your essential work needs for a desk and storage.
You’ve managed up to this point, but if this is going to be a longer-term arrangement, it only makes sense that you think through a much more efficient set-up to help you be more productive. Not to mention that your back can only take so much slouching.
Whether you are working a hybrid schedule or looking for a better study space for your students, consider choosing SAFCO’s light-scale furnishings that can be easily tucked into tight areas without overwhelming the space. Select durable furniture that requires minimal assembly so that you can get right down to business quickly.
From compact desks and storage that can fit in tight spaces to ergonomic seating that supports your body’s every move, we can help you find solutions that will turn any space into the ultimate productivity zone.
Contact your local Strive Furniture Specialist today for more information.