What are the criteria for selecting office tables and furniture? You would be hard pressed to try to decide which criteria are most important because just like beauty in the eye of the beholder the office design is as person as the people and the purpose. That said... here is a reasonable list of considerations for selecting those important assets.
Being an IT professional myself, I would want to highlight some basic points which I feel should be a part of office furniture. Firstly, the chair must be very relaxing for the body and it must provide a very good back support and should also provide good arm rest. Last but not the least, it should have adjustable features for height and arm rests. As far as an office table is concerned, it should be easily cleanable (assuming that an IT professional has lunch on his desk to avoid the exceeding timelines for the project).
Required in each and every room in an office starting from the reception to conference halls to employee desks, a wide variety of tables are available to meet each of those needs. However, the priority should always be given to ensure optimum employee comfort and compliment the image by which the organisation stands for. Certain considerations would always ensure that the office tables reflect the hallmark of any organisation.
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