The Need for Privacy
While open layouts are grabbing all the headlines, the need for private office space is still very much a fact of corporate life. But just as open floor plans have transformed the way employees tackle their assignments or team with colleagues, the private office has also evolved. Where once they were a symbol of status and removed from an enterprise’s core activities, today a private office is more likely to be a flexible, high-performing, collaborative environment. Luxury and status are making room for technology and engagement.
The Private Office is Open for Business
Private offices in a modern corporate environment aren’t just for senior management or administrative offices. Private workspaces are also very much needed to balance an open floor plan for those engaged in “heads-down” work, or as quiet rooms for small meetings, presentations or teleconferencing. Integrating the furnishings and technology properly is key to optimizing the space and creating productive private workspaces.