What kind of working methods and functional areas does this workspace need to accommodate?
The world of work is undergoing significant change. The future of work will be marked by digital technologies and flexible working methods. This is why it is vital to establish how work is being performed right now and how it might be performed in the future of your organisation.
What kind of functional areas does this workspace need to accommodate?
Every organisation not only has a distinctive character, but also a unique structure. This is why the way in which the relevant functional areas within an organisation interact has to be carefully analysed.
- Reception and waiting areas
- Executive offices
- Consultant work stations
- Administration work stations
- Project work stations
- Conference and meeting areas
- Break and relaxation areas
What work is performed at what ratio in this space?
The primary type of work performed by a call centre will be very different from that of an advertising agency or insurance company. This is why it is vital to establish the primary type of work being performed in order to design a successful interior:
- Analytical, conceptual
What kind of modern working methods does the space have to accommodate?
In the modern world of work, it is vital that employees are offered flexible ways to work, which means that this also has to be accommodated in the interior design.
- Flexible working hours
- Desk Sharing
- Remote working or working from home
- Nonterritorial Office
- Think Tanks
- Touch Points
- Quiet Zones
Which future office work trends are likely to be most important for you?
Is the way work is being performed in your organisation being determined or changed by one of the main listed trends?
e.g. fewer designated workspaces
e.g. more space for exchange and teamwork
- Digital technologies
e.g. no fixed PC workstations
e.g. strongly fluctuating office capacity utilisation
e.g. no fixed working hours and designated workspaces
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"Digitisation, flexibilisation and individualisation are not just hot topics in big corporations right now. Instead, they are increasingly introducing a creative touch to the way in which small to medium-sized enterprises go about their business. Tomorrow's offices will have to integrate the new communication equipment and technology as a matter of course. What's more, the flood of information will continue to grow in future. Software solutions will handle standard tasks automatically. But creative services will remain in the hands of humans."
Günter Osterhaus Head of Planning and Project Management