The Interconnected Workplace offers choice and control through palettes of posture, place and presence. What do those spaces look like? Click below to view innovative planning ideas in a variety of configurations to suit your business:


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RESIDENT WORKSTATION

Individual spaces can support a variety of tasks including concentration, idea sharing, and staging, sharing and accessing information.

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TOUCHDOWN SPACE FOR MOBILE WORKERS

Simple, shared free address destinations allow users to conduct both focused work and create impromptu connections.

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SHARED PRIVATE SETTING

Owned spaces can be individual or shared. These spaces support primarily focused work while encouraging mentoring and co-learning between workers.

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OWNED PROJECT TEAM

Project teams, require spaces that integrate technology and provide a seamless place to blend both high-tech and analog tools for creative collaboration with local and remote teams.

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OWNED COLLABORATIVE SPACE

Open environments with adjacent spaces for supporting integrated technology offer workers a range of options to choose their best place to work or meet.

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CAFE SETTING

A café space can serve as a central ‘hub’ by creating zones to eat, meet, share information or do focused individual work. A variety of spaces and technology options encourages collaboration, impromptu meetings and offers space for mobile workers.

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SHARED COLLABORATIVE SPACE

Traditional conference rooms are being replaced with spaces that allow easy access to share both digital and analog content.

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