With offices, schools, colleges and universities all beginning to focus more on collaborative working and learning, modular furniture allows you to get the most out of your space and the most out of the people using it.
There are a range of ways that modular furniture can boost morale and productivity, as well as offering great value for money.
Bring a new lease of life and functionality to worn/tired rooms
A really simple way to inject some new life in to a room that may have seen better days is to incorporate some modular seating or tables. Most modular furniture is created with a modern design and available in a range of bright fabrics. The way you choose to configure your furniture can also give the room some personality, as well as offering functionality.
Improve or create a community atmosphere
Due to it’s endless configuration options, modular furniture allows groups to sit and work, chat and collaborate together more easily than traditional furniture. People who may not ordinarily get the chance to mix due to the restrictions of non-modular furniture can find themselves bouncing ideas of one another or just generally getting to know their colleagues. This builds a stronger sense of community and boosts morale, as well as offering the opportunity for heightened productivity.
Value for money
Easily replace any damaged part of your modular furniture or simply remove the piece and reconfigure the existing pieces. This way there is no immediate need to replace damaged furniture and you also don’t need to pay out for a whole new piece if only one part is damaged.
More use out of one room
In offices, the same room can be used as a breakout room, a meeting room, a room for delivering seminars or talks or as a function room. In schools, teachers have the freedom to create more innovative lesson plans and allow different groups of students to work together.
Creating a bright, modern and functional space that caters to a range of requirements can make employees and students feel valued, listened to and invested in, which in turn can boost mood, morale and productivity.