We are looking at 2022 as a year of adaptation, especially in the office. The style, spaces, and social interaction of work have changed.
That's why functional changes in office decoration are always good. Here we’ll present you the decoration trends for this year that will make hybrid work a little easier and more enjoyable.
Shared spaces serve to create a teamwork environment with a common goal.
Unlike the idea of isolation in the office, employees are looking to be able to interact and collaborate with their colleagues, something they could not do when working from home.
The prime cabinet optimizes the workspace. It is a versatile unit that can be used alone or in conjunction with other pieces. Ideal for private offices or shared areas.
The cabinet is divided to store different items. The 2 doors are ideal for conveniently hiding items that are not necessary to keep in plain sight. While, on the lower left side, 3 drawers that slide and have a lock.
Zones for rest and leisure in the workspace
Nowadays companies advocate the well-being of their employees, that is why resting rooms have become popular in the workspace.
A concept where you can take a short break, chat with your colleagues, and feel renewed and less stressed.
The lounge with axil is the perfect place to take a break from work and take time to relieve built-up tension.
Over the past year, remote work has been the most logical and easiest option, thanks to the possibilities offered by technology and digital tools.
Adapting the workspace towards digitization involves a design that takes into account the placement of cameras, the use of screens, and good lighting.
The mobile multimedia hub is the perfect option for this type of office space due to its modern and functional aesthetics which provides comfortable areas that invite to create, share ideas and stimulate creativity.
New needs require new solutions and Gebesa is happy to be part of your solution.