5 Inspiring Collaboration Spaces to Bolster Creativity and Innovation at Work
When it comes to casting vision, crafting strategy, and cultivating creativity and innovation, the built environment makes a big difference. Comfortable seating, ample lighting, writing surfaces for capturing ideas and mapping touchpoints, and more all support collaboration and stimulate the flow of ideas that lead to greater success, however you define it for your organization.
So how do you create that kind of space at your workplace? Here are a few ideas from recent Benjamin Roberts projects to get the wheels turning:
This inspiring new space for faculty features HON Flock furnishings upholstered in engaging, yet peaceful, greens and muted tones, with writable walls and places to conveniently access technology, from a large screen to power poles for laptops and devices.
Multi-functional by design, the space has been laid out with efficiency in mind, incorporating both a large communal meeting space and dedicated smaller collaborative areas.
Set in a serene wooded area outside of Harrisburg, Penn Credit’s colorful, industrial new office space incorporates furniture solutions from multiple leading contract furniture manufacturers, including pieces for a variety of large and small conference rooms, like this one.
This media center for the 21st Century learner incorporates existing and emerging technology in many forms to support students in group work and in individual study. Equipped with Mio Collaborative Tables from National Office Furniture, small groups of students have comfortable and convenient access to technology via large screens above the tables.
Those bright pops of red throughout the offices at Sungard do more than just reinforce the company’s brand – they also create vibrant and engaging small collaborative areas and touchdown spaces for employees to use for meetings and conversations.
Who says you have to have meetings around a big table? This soft seating area in the executive office at Transteck, Inc. is ideal for conversation because it’s informal “living room” design makes it feel like home, while the natural lighting and soothing color palette create a feeling of relaxation.
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