Open Office Furniture
Liberate workers, embrace collaboration and connection in your workspace.
The open office design has received mixed reviews over the years. The most recent incarnation of the open office design took off in the early 2000s as a response to the multi-cubicle working environment. With the help of innovative businesses such as Google and Buzzfeed, open office layouts have gained a lot of traction. The traditional cubicle paradigm has receive a lot of flack due to the sense of isolation and depersonalization it inspired. Open office furniture invites employee connectivity and a sense of community in the work environment. In addition, information becomes much more accessible for employees – increasing productivity.
Cubicles are less expensive than walls. Want to know what is less expensive than cubicles? No walls. Not only does a business decrease it’s design budget when they don’t have to provide separate spaces for everyone, but they decrease their overall budget by fitting more people into less space. As a business owner you can decrease your rent by decreasing the size of the space that you need to rent. When it comes to systems furniture, an open office design is not right for every business, and the transition may be daunting. However, open office furniture can enhance creativity, increase productivity and lower expenses. With so many benefits, it is an option worth considering when planning the design of your office. Office Furniture can help find the right option for your business – reach out to one of our team members and tell us about your project! Or, if you’re not quite sure where to start, download our free cubicle guide to get to a jumping off point!