The office as we know it is changing. New commuting patterns, remote work, and different time and space requirements call for a more flexible approach. Here, we list our top tips for how you set up workspaces that adapt to anything and everything in these work-where-you-are times.
We all know them. The everyday accessories we don’t need all the time – but when we do, they’re crucial. Set up an easy-access, dedicated space for shared equipment. Besides reducing the need for multiple sets, there will be less clutter on individual desks.See all pegboards
Height-adjustable desks are ideal for an office with no personal desks, letting anyone swiftly customise the height. Even better, al ternating positions over the course of a day is known to ease strain on your body and generally benefit your health.See all standing desk
Provide everyone with baskets or organisers for having your personal belongings – paperwork, electronics or your favourite break activity – collected and mobile. This works twofold. Downtime when coming and going is minimised, and you keep all your stuff in checkSee all stationary organizers
In a fluid office or co-working common , some items fall in a category between outerwear and the things you want handy at all times. Make room for them (or they will show up as clutter). Like this collective storage wall – complete with wheeled storage units that also work as makeshift seatingSee all office storage
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