5 TYPE OF ACTIVITY SPACES IN YOUR OFFICE
Today’s office contains individual assigned work spaces, generally we call primary work spaces, and non-assigned spaces that are held in common and occupied with others as needed, called activity spaces
The following 5 (five) activity activities that could be applied in the office are,
It is typically a small, enclosed room for 1 or 2 people to work or holding a confidential meeting.
It is generally known as an open or enclosed space for secluded collaboration by 3 or 4 people.
TEAM MEETING SPACE
The team meeting space is a dedicated workroom for a project team of 5–8 people.
Assembly spaces, sized for groups of 10 or more, include formal meeting spaces for presentations and training.
The social space could be a lounge, cafe, or recreation (advc: preferably to pick entertainment room beside of recration that should’ve known as outsider activity in general, yet it sounds more exploring though) room. Used by employees to work and interact.
How is the propitious way to determine the ratio of primary and activity spaces which could support work dynamics and employee productivity?
Find their answers to the following article
Source : Knoll Research