When it comes to small offices, it is even more important to make sure that everything/ everyone works together. In a large office, clients might never see the work area, there is no such luck when it comes to small offices — everything is out in the open. Workspaces have to be part of the design. This is a blessing in disguise for the employees. Small office workspaces are usually better designed and more efficient, not to mention the employees are motivated to be far more organised. It’s the same as designing inside an aircraft or boat. The designer needs to be much better when it comes to solving the puzzle.
Whether you have a large or small space keep things tidy. It’s amazing how quickly a neat and tidy office can turn into hurricane zone. One of the worst offenders is food at desks. We also recommend that you ban bins at desks to avoid the inevitable pile up of rubbish at workstations. It also encourages recycling.
Storage is often an afterthought when companies take on office space, but it is usually the second biggest complaint (after temperature). When you space plan your office, make sure you incorporate a storage audit. There are a lot of great storage solutions available on the market now, half-height roller racking is one solution that comes to mind, it can be fairly expensive though.
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