Co-working spaces are becoming a popular workspace option, especially among startups and digital freelancers. They offer flexibility to help you work effectively, driving you on to make your business a success.
As more and more people are switching to co-working spaces, it is important to respond to this changing demand. Here are some trends you need to keep an eye on if you are running a shared office or co-working space.
Open Space, Walls or Partitions
Different clients have varying work styles and privacy requirements. Thus, you will need to create a flexible layout. Most individual freelancers value flexibility and like to work in a shared area. Others who seek a quiet work area would opt for a private room. If you have a diverse target market, it would be ideal to offer various work environments across your floor plan.
Your shared office should have an ample number of meeting rooms. As freelancers often spend a huge amount of time making calls to their clients and partners, it is vital to provide them with private rooms for private discussion. You can use suspended ceilings and glass partitions to make them spacious, well-lit and sound proof. They should also be equipped with whiteboards and multimedia equipment.
Break Out Spaces
Another element you can add to your shared office is a break zone. This space allows people to relax, recharge and take a break. Having this room can create a collaborative and creative environment, which can help develop camaraderie among workers.
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