Some meeting rooms need to be modular. In a hotel, for example, or within a company, the meeting room does not always have to be arranged in a traditional way. Some speakers or trainers are keen to be able to create workspaces with 3, 4 or 5 people at certain times of the day, alternating with a more traditional layout.
Here’s how the Office 3.4.5. professional table allows you to create a modular meeting room.
Office 3.4.5., the modular meeting table
Office 3.4.5. is a professional table whose table top shape (protected by a European patent) allows you to easily create groups of 3, 4 or 5 people, but also groups of 2, 6, 9 or 12 people, along with more traditional meeting room layouts in U, etc. In short, a host of possible configurations according to the needs of each meeting facilitator.
The meeting room adapts to the needs and not the other way around. Fixed and impersonal workspaces are a thing of the past. Today, furniture is modular and evolutive, well designed and functional.
When advertising your meeting or conference rooms, you will be able to exploit the possibilities of a customised layout. Switching from one organisation to another takes no time at all.
The Office 3.4.5. professional table is stackable. A real space-saver when you don’t need all your tables.
In the workplace, your employees will be able to work efficiently around these professional tables, rather than huddle around a desk or work in a pre-arranged meeting room, with a table that is often too big and unwieldy to work on shared documents.
Your workspace becomes more pleasant, more design, more original. This facilitates collaborative work, creativity and the emergence of new ideas.
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