Organizations have added spaces that feel more like home, which are emotionally comfortable, but can become physically uncomfortable and often lack the tools required to get work done. So, what's the “recipe” for a high-performance space that is informal and inspiring?
Here's what we're learning:
1. HEALTHY POSTURES
People need to be encouraged to shift postures throughout the day, move around and sometimes even given permission to put their feet up—research shows a more relaxed lounge posture promotes creative thinking. Make sure to provide a broad range of options so people can sit, stand, perch, lounge and move.
2. BRING THE OUTSIDE IN
People thrive in environments that incorporate natural sunlight or provide accessibility to the outdoors.
3. MATERIALS MATTER
Activate people's senses with a wide range of textures, patterns and colors that can be soothing and relaxing, or energizing and stimulating and choose a variety of products and materials that display a level of craftsmanship.
4. MAKE IT REAL
Place meaningful artifacts and office accessories to encourage innovation and playful thinking.
When people need to collaborate, provide enough space between them so the space feels comfortable.
6. DIVIDE THE SPACE
Use screens, walls, other furniture or even plants to define spaces. This will create spaces that feel more permanent, and provide a place for focus when needed.
Be intentional about where to locate a space based on what type of work will happen there and what behaviors you want to encourage. Areas for socialization and informal collaboration should invite people to interact.
Beautiful spaces get even better when they provide access to power that's within easy reach.
9. MAKE IT PERSONAL
Allow people to personalize the space and make it feel their own.
10. DINING SPACE
A nice and convenient small dining room not only attracts employees to communicate with each other, but also allows them to work independently and in good spirits.
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