“A Zoom Room? Really?”
Video calls have become the norm.
And as we venture back to our offices, it won’t stop.
Yes, they may get shorter and some will be appropriately replaced by face-to-face meetings.
But the connection, convenience and fact that video calls lessen travel time is excellent.
If your open-concept office invites distractions or gets too loud though, adding an office booth may be a solution.
Enclosed office booths offer features that resemble traditional phone booths – windows, doors – and also seats and tables.
These small, silent spaces allow a private call or distraction-less, work time for a user.
The new “phone booths” can be just right for one person or create a quiet meeting space.
Could your team benefit from an office booth?
If so, here are some things to consider:
1 – Placement Matters
One of the best features of office booths is that they are easily located in your office. They are installed easily as furniture, not constructed out of drywall. Electricity is required. Also, you need to find placement out of direct sunlight – they are made of windowed walls so they can heat up in the sun.
2 – Find clean air
There is nothing worse than low ventilation in any office area. A small space requires ventilation to avoid fragrances, and stale air in the booth after its use. Excellent brands like Artopex and Kubikle have a quality ventilation system. See our online selection here
3 – Optimize functionality
Adding electrical outlets, desk space, a stool or chair make booths very useful. Consider it your tiny house (or tiny office!) and offer the small additions that allow it to work well for users with multiple purposes.
Office booths make your workspace modern, useful and interactive.