Activity-based offices are planned and based on open spaces supplemented with areas where everyone chooses a suitable location for different activities. The various areas are designed so that they can quickly and easily be adapted to various needs and for meetings, communication and concentrated work.
More and more organisations are transforming their office environments to support new, modern ways of working. Activity-based offices can save space and increase flexibility in staffing, while also offering environments for both meetings and concentrated work. Making offices activity-based is as much about new ways of working and new culture as it is about architecture and furniture. Is it suitable for all activities? Is it good for the working environment, and what do you do to achieve a positive process?