Activity-based office

Open offices were revolutionary, but it has its downsides also – studies show that 95% of people say they struggle to focus at work.
The mission of our collection is to offer solutions for main problems in open-plan offices and support focused work.
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77% of office workers crave quiet time during the workday.

Private workstations create a much-needed space for focused work

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What happens if employees can't focus?

01/ Decrease in productivity
A survey by ROOM discovered that 33% workers said the distractions, noise, and general sensory overload in open workspaces slows them down. 

02/ Work must be done away from the office
95% say that working by themselves is important to them, but only 41% say that they can do it. 31% of people need to work away from the office.

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AUGUST NOOK/ private workstation

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AUGUST WORKBAY/ private workstation

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MEETER WORKBAY/ private workstation

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69% of people are not satisfied with the noise level of their open plan office.

Sound-absorbing furniture helps to create a healthier workspace

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How does a noisy workspace affect employees?

01/ Dissatisfaction with the workspace
13% of people have even considered changing jobs because of the noise level in their office.

02 / Tiredness and stress
Constantly noisy working environment leads to tiredness and stress. That furthermore decreases employees ability for focus and be productive.

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AUGUST/ sound-absorbing sofa

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SIGMUND/ sound-absorbing screen

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AUGUST/ sound-absorbing armchair

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AUGUST/ sound-absorbing sofa

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AUGUST/ sound-absorbing sofa

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AUGUST/ sound-absorbing sofa

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Surveys have shown that working in the same room increases trust among employees and helps to come to better ideas faster.

Collaboration gets the best results

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How to encourage cooperation?

Current global pandemic has increased working from home and if the predictions hold true, some people will continue to work from home, at least part-time.

This means that the function of office space has to change a bit. It is not only for day to day working at desks, but it becomes a place for coming together, brainstorming with colleagues, having fun office events, creative collaboration, and collaborative tasks.

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HUBERT/ creative corner

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ROLF/ creative corner

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MANHATTAN HEXA/ creative corner

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Taking small breaks during working day increases productivity.

Regular breaks are the basis of productivity

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Resting makes you more productive

It might seem counter-intuitive but regular breaks during working day increases productivity. Studies have shown that the most productive working pace is 52 minutes of work followed by a 17-minute break.

Socializing at the office is part of the going to work experience. It helps collaboration and good relationships.

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MEETER/ lounge & waiting areas

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SANS/ lounge & waiting areas

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SOFI/ lounge & waiting areas

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MANHATTAN HEXA/ lounge & waiting areas

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SANS/ lounge & waiting areas

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