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We may dabble in other areas but offices are really our bread and butter here at X-Design so we’ve gotten to know office design quite intimately.  Needless to say we know what we’re talking about here so here it is: our top 5 favourite places to have a meeting.

Bleachers – Have a small space but need to seat lots  of people? No problemo! Plus they’re nostalgic, fun and informal.

modern customer service counter design - Google Search:     LA-based CHA:COL has completed a "bare bones" office for tech startups that features a retrofitted shipping container and a wooden bleacher that doubles as a storage unit.:

Break Out Areas – These are essential especially for employees with small workstations.  If 2 or more employees get talking about something and need to move to a meeting table it needs to be near by so they don’t lose their mojo.

 :    Havas New York City Advertising Offices #Open plan #Breakout #Soft seating:

Booth Seating – When you’re in a booth there’s a feeling of separate togetherness that’s just perfect for informal meetings.

SAP, Scope Office:    Square Office:

Working Wall – If anyone in your office collaborates on anything, you’ll use it.  Trust me!

#CCWS #Office #Design #Fitout #London:    working wall:

A Bad Ass Lunchroom – Not just a kitchen but an island with bar stools and tables and chairs and some sofas for good measure.   All of your employees will be going through there at least once a day so why not make it awesome?  Put different types of seating in to accommodate not just lunch but coffee breaks and informal meetings.  The lunchroom will also likely be the biggest room in your office so you could have a company wide meeting in there too!

#CCWS Loving #Office #Design #Fitout and #Refurbishment:    Axion-Law-Offices-BHDM-Design-7-Cafe:

lunchroom:    servery | lunchroom:

For more great ideas like these, visit our Offices board on Pinterest here.

Heather Waters
Heather Waters
Heather has worked for X-Design since 2010. Initially her focus was on the project side tackling it all from residential to corporate to retail. Now she works on the business development side focusing on feasibilities, proposals and other marketing material for internal and external use.