Meeting spaces

Meetings are an increasingly important part of our day-to-day work. An office with many different meeting spaces contributes to a creative and productive business. The meeting spaces can be open or closed-off, according to needs.

FOCUS WORDS

Flexibility
Freedom of choice
Focus
Functionality
Collaboration
Supportive technology
Good lighting and acoustic environment
Ergonomics
Privacy

SMALL

This meeting space is for up to four people, and can be open or closed. This is where you go for spontaneous or planned meetings, quick briefings or short phone calls. The space can also be designed so that you can talk undisturbed, show presentations or have video conferences. If the meeting space has a more formal character, it can be flexibly equipped with height-adjustable meeting tables and comfortable chairs for longer sessions. Whichever option you choose, it's a good idea to equip the meeting space for video conferences and presentations. The room can be included in the booking system or serve as an additional resource. 

MEDIUM

This meeting space is for five to eight people, and can be open or closed. This is where you go for spontaneous or planned meetings, quick briefings and short phone calls. The space can also be designed so that you can talk undisturbed, show presentations or have video conferences. If the meeting space has a more formal character, it can be flexibly equipped with height-adjustable meeting tables and comfortable chairs for longer sessions. Whichever option you choose, it's a good idea to equip the meeting space for video conferences and presentations. The room can be included in the booking system or serve as an additional resource.

LARGE

This meeting space is intended for a large number of people. There is space for nine people and more, and the room can be bookable. Why not think out of the box and consider how you use this type of meeting space? Maybe you need a traditional conference room? Or a flexible, playful meeting arena? The meeting space can be designed for creative meetings and workshops or for more formal meetings. The creative solution can be fitted with different types of seating – high and low or staggered – for a playful, creative meeting environment. But even a more formal meeting space can be flexibly equipped with height-adjustable meeting tables and comfortable chairs for longer sessions. Whichever option you choose, it's a good idea to equip the meeting space for video conferences and presentations.

DIALOGUE

This is where you and your colleague go when you want to talk undisturbed. The room doesn't need to be very big, but is isolated and allows you to talk in peace and quiet. Attractive seating furniture and pleasant interior design contribute to a relaxed atmosphere that stimulates conversation.

ROOM IN A ROOM

This meeting space is popular for spontaneous shorter meetings in an open environment. It is defined by screens, textiles or high-backed furniture, and can be also be equipped with a monitor and a whiteboard. If strategically located, this space can generate extra creativity and energy in the office, without causing disruption.

Collaboration

A flexible interior that can easily be re-arranged for creative collaborative meetings according to needs. This kind of space can be planned in connection to the individual desks as long as they do not cause a disturbance.