1. BLUR THE LINES.
Spaces that blur the boundaries between work and home create a comfortable environment, invite people to relax and creates feeling of well-being. Make work your happy place.
2. DESIGN FOR COMFORT AND HEALTH.
Providing ergonomic workstations, sit-to-stand desks, letting in natural light and bringing greenery indoors pays off in productivity and satisfaction.
3. Loosen up. For people to work comfortably, feet don’t always have to be on the floor. Relaxed postures can still support productivity.
4. ENCOURAGE ESCAPES.
Non-traditional, third space settings allow people to collaborate and work outside of their assigned workstations and can re-energize.
5. PLAN SOLITARY SPACES.
Provide private spaces for focused work, reading and telephone calls. Most people toggle between introverted and extroverted modes throughout their workday.
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