Room Divider News – Three Ways to Divide Your Office Space
Three Ways to Divide Your Office Space
Working in an open plan office can be as challenging as the hardest of Mondays. Even the best of us need to escape the hyper-active bustle of office life for a brief respite to gather our thoughts. But work is work, and we need to produce quality on a day-to-day basis so that management have their weekly reports and we’re not at our desks when our friends are sipping on their first craft beer of the evening.
The décor and layout of an office interior is one of the most important signifiers of a company’s culture and work ethic. Employees need to feel comfortable, looked after, and relaxed enough to be able to work to their full potential. In turn, visitors and prospective clients expect to see a professional and cheerful working environment.
At Tilt, our aim is to give you a functional and decorative design solution that will elevate your space.
By working with top architects and interior designers, we design and manufacture a wide range of screens to manage your space, creating privacy and dividing areas into functional work, meeting and recreational zones.
Curved screens joined to form a freestanding circular meeting pod. A functional zone designed to create privacy within an open plan space, the acrylic backing doubling up as a wipe board. The pod meets all the requirements of a private room, while allowing for more spontaneous break away sessions.
Our hanging screens are a stylish addition to any workspace, in particular this very large open plan office, which was in need of some large dividing screens to help organise the space. This suspended approach lends itself extremely well to locations with high ceilings, creating partitioning that is visually light and airy as it hangs in space.
These removable screens give multi-functionality to the work space. Separating without isolating work and play, this dividing system creates privacy for those to puzzle over a brief or brainstorm a campaign idea in the peace and tranquility of their recreational area. Alternatively, the screens can be removed if the larger space is required temporarily.
All in all, we appreciate that work ethics, company policies and employer behaviours are ever changing, and it’s with this in mind that we aim to create working environments that facilitate productivity and enjoyment.