If you’re planning to renovate your office, but prefer something non-traditional, you may want to consider an immersive workspace. Changing dynamics in the business world have made today’s workplaces intensely dissimilar to those from a generation ago. Employees no longer want workspaces that are just for work. They want spaces where they can work, collaborate, connect with others, and that include areas borrowed from and traditionally found in hospitality and residential spaces. This is why immersive workspaces are thought to be ideal for today’s offices, based on research findings from Knoll.
What Is an Immersive Workspace?
An immersive workspace is one that actively engages the senses of employees. It’s a space where creativity, innovation, inclusion and strategic communication are encouraged through principles and elements of design.
The Three Essential Elements of an Immersive Workspace
Immersive workplaces consist of three key elements – communal, dimensional and improvisational. These elements promote effective communication, collaboration, and the ability of employees to have a constant ebb and flow throughout the workspace. Here is more information about each of the three elements:
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