In a working world with an increasing focus on open floor layouts, negotiation spaces remain some of the last remaining places for a private, productive meeting. Therefore, it is very important to think over their design, format and function correctly.
Details to keep in mind include size, location, acoustics, audiovisual technology and even color. At the end of the day, if all of these elements together can increase the productivity of your employees by a few points, it’s probably worth it.
Before we dive into the details, let’s take a look at the different types of meeting spaces that exist in modern offices today.
Phone Booth is a great place for phone calls or ZOOM conferences. These small soundproofed rooms are designed for 1-2 people, and for a comfortable stay they are equipped with a table with a sofa or chairs.