Mobile workers, in-between zones and ad hoc workstations are playing increasingly important roles in any office concept today. The possibilities of technology mean that work is no longer tied to a fixed location. Everyone can work where they personally feel most comfortable. But turning that idea around, it also means that the environments in an organisation must be places of well-being that provide employees with stimulation and a space for productive co-working with the right tools and facilities.
Taking a range of very different (work) scenarios, Inspired Collaboration presents spatial solutions that appeal to all the senses and in which the environments and conferencing technology are a tool for inspiring and productive collaborations.
But not only that: Inspired Collaboration expands conventional approaches to space planning. Their work reveals just what is possible with people-based room and space planning. The spaces and rooms are monitored with sensors, which show visitors how different areas are used. The aim of this is not to generate hard facts, such as space utilisation, but rather to evaluate and analyse what type of meetings are most productive in particular types of spaces.