Creating an office environment that is both functional and comfortable can sometimes be a challenge. Especially when the area most companies are able to allocate for a traditional workspace has been getting smaller and smaller over the years. The most common desk or workstation seen in open space floor plans is a 6’x6’ L-shaped configuration. With that amount of room to provide adequate work and storage areas, our roster of manufacturers has come up with some creative and original ways to make every inch of the workspace count.
WB Wood offers a wide range of workspace options you can easily configure and reconfigure to support changing business needs without buying all new components for each reconfiguration. From height-adjustable benching tables to private office furniture systems, WB Wood offers tailored and customized options for every price point.
There are so many things to consider when choosing the right workstations for your company, such as size, functionality, storage, and whether it offers easy access to power. Luckily, there are many options to choose from, and WB Wood will help you sort through the choices based on your floorplan requirements. The popular adjustable office workstation option allows users to change postures throughout the workday effortlessly while promoting a healthy and balanced level of activity in the workplace. You might also consider a benching system that merges personal storage, collaboration stations, and architectural millwork to create workstations that deliver the driving aesthetic of an office.
Privacy Booths and Desks
A Privacy Desk is a secluded space where focused work happens—spacious yet cozy with plenty of room to spread out. An example is the OPENEST CONFERENCE BOOTH from Haworth, which provides visual privacy and can be a sound barrier in the office to help separate spaces and create an area that supports collaboration. The booths or desks are freestanding units that can accommodate one or more persons. Some even provide guest seating or a sofa to accommodate interactions or collaborative work.
In tight spaces, patient rooms, common areas, or hallways, wall-mounted workstations offer space-saving, stowable solutions that adapt to each caregiver for computer use, writing, and other tasks. In most instances, the monitor, keyboard, and mouse move together using a single handle. These compact workstations can be set up nearly everywhere, providing reliable access to data and technology to support flexible workflows. In hospitals, the wall-mounted units bring technology to the point of need and ergonomically support a variety of postures to meet the unique needs of each caregiver during each shift.