Calantha LEBEAU. Office Table. February 17th , 2017.
Are there certain criteria for selecting office tables and furniture? Why certainly! Have you ever experienced that feeling of walking into a room whether it be an office, a friends home, a store, etc. where you were just taken aback by the aura of the room? Like you stepped in and it just felt well put together and made you feel at ease. Ever wonder why?
The Seating Capacity - Again, depending on the size of the room, how many people you expect at the regular meeting, one can look for the ideal seating capacity. One should plan for a couple of extra seats over the maximum number of attendees expected. When looking at the seating capacity, one also needs to keep in mind the size of the chairs.
An office environment, apart from being a healthy one in terms of work pressure and emotional pressure, should also be a comfortable one when it comes to the physical comfort of our bodies. Lets assume, an IT professional, these days, spends 10 hours in the office normally on weekdays (lets assume that we all have weekends off in these recession times as well).
The tables in your office should be sturdy but do not forget that they must look good too. There are times that your clients will also visit your office so it must be nice to look at. The quality of the desks you have has an effect on the image you create for your office. You can say it is part of visual promotion.
You can see the thinking process may take a little longer than just walking into the local department store and walking out with tables in tow. To do it right, you really have to think about the office, the people, and what they need. This list is definitely not all-inclusive, but it also gives you plenty to consider.
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