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Collaborative Workspace Furniture

Companies are experiencing a change process to become collaborative workspaces. It’s the style now to create coworking spaces where collaborative work flows on its own.

It is a trend that goes beyond a style and it has the reason for being in the advantages it implies. The benefits in the working way that this kind of shared spaces provide are more than proven: they foster collective thinking and teamwork; they prevent workers from competing with each other; they reduce stress and depression; there is a greater motivation to work and the performance and productivity are much higher. For this, it is necessary that the space be adapted to this new collaborative work concept with coworking space furniture that makes the workplace more comfortable and adapts to the new needs.

Collaborative Furniture Solutions

The conventional companies are isolated spaces in general, with independent work cubicles. Therefore, if an office of this type wants to change the working way, the first thing to do is to reconsider its structure by opening its spaces and introducing coworking furniture that allows a collaborative work, where all workers could exchange  easily opinions and ideas and that encourage team work.

Shared desks, collaborative tables, seats that allow a more relaxed work, tables to meet quickly and comfortably and so on. Let's see now the different solutions that can help transforming a conventional company into a coworking space. This is the coworking furniture that you will need to equip a collaborative workspace.

  • Collaboration Table

    In collaborative spaces conventional desks (individual work tables) are complemented with tables where it is possible to work together. The ZUBI Light Tables are a good example of coworking furniture. Tables of different dimensions, both in length and in depth and height, designed to meet the needs of each workspace. They are made of textured melamine, with the possibility of electrification and, as a complement, auxiliary tables of two heights can be added, a very practical system for leaving the computer or coffee.
    For its part, the MIX Auxiliary Table program is a perfect complement for this type of collaborative spaces. A circular, organic, oval or rectangular table that can be placed in an open space and allows meeting at a certain moment to tackle any teamwork issue.

  • Collaborative Stools

    Work meeting do not always have to be done in a formal way. Nowadays anytime and anywhere is good to work together. Therefore, stools should not be missing as coworking furniture, they are considered 'collaborative chairs'. It is increasingly common to find collaborative spaces with high tables, where the stools can be very practical to hold a short meeting with our workmates. For this, you can select one of the Sellex SET Stool versions or the High Chairs of the NEST collection, available in two heights (65 and 76 cm).
    If you are looking for low stools as furniture for your coworking space, we recommend the HANDY Stool, a seat that stands out because it is easy to use and lightweight. You can move it from one place to another, sit next to a colleague at a given time and afterwards keep it stacked without taking up space. Undoubtedly an ideal piece to include in the furniture of a collaborative space, so the furniture in a coworking space must provide both functions, work and rest.

  • Coworking chairs

    We spend many hours in the workplace and if our day-to-day tasks require us to spend most of the day sitting, we need comfortable seating that protects our backs. That is why, in coworking spaces, the seating must offer optimum comfort to workers. The NEST collection, designed by Jordi Pla for Sellex, is able to do this, through different seating options that have something in common: an intelligent backrest capable of adapting to the back of each user. The most appropriate version for this type of installation is the NEST Pyramidal Chair (on 4 Glides or 4 Castors). Although in reality any of the chairs in the collection could fit into a collaborative workspace.

What good design of collaboration spaces benefits in

Coworking spaces allow for working in a new way, but not only in companies. In addition to coworking spaces in office, these collaborative areas bring also benefits in study spaces. Nowadays it is common to find a collaboration classroom space in schools. Moreover, multipurpose rooms require collaborative lounge furniture for certain events.

In short, collaborative meeting spaces are increasingly present in all types of facilities, since 
a good design of collaborative space equipped with the right coworking furniture fosters creativity and new ideas development, and reports many other benefits that we see below.

  • Teamwork over competition

    The conventional company traditionally has tended to value the individual talent that inevitably forced workers to compete. However, collaborative workspaces look for collective good and encourage team work on behalf of a common goal. This makes human relationships get better: employees are no longer mere workmates, they are linked also by friendship. And here furniture plays a very important role. If we want to work in a team, we need furniture that allows this: coworking furniture.

  • Melting pot for new ideas

    Teamwork helps to see things from very different perspectives. If all departments of a company work together, we will have people with very different professional profiles and experience in various fields giving their opinion on the same issue. That can  help in new ideas generation  and brings a lot of perspective to the problems that may arise.

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