A flexible office space refers to a workplace that is designed in a way that makes it possible for employees to work in several different locations. The “social distance“ rule due to the Covid-19 pandemic has really made the traditional office spaces become more flexible.
That is, employees need not be restricted to a small cubicle but can now opt to sit in places that contribute the most to their productivity. The type of furniture present in the office is what makes the office design flexible.
The employees may choose to stand so they go for the sit/stand table. It is a great piece of furniture when it comes to encouraging better communication between employees during meetings.
The not too Private Enclosure.
These encourage collaboration because the partition between two desks is not as high as that of a traditional cubicle. Therefore, employees have the freedom to brainstorm ideas for a while and have their privacy when they desire.
The versatile ottomans.
These are usually light and easy to move from one place to another. This form of lounge office furniture can contribute a great deal to the comfort of an office.
The Nesting chairs.
They are essentially advanced versions of ordinary metal folding chairs that can be carried from one place to another. The ergonomic design of these chairs offers functional utility alongside comfort as they can be used to seat several employees in a limited space.