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Design Your Modern Office Layout

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120316_Strong_Relativity_Final_web_22From our years of experience in bringing modern office interiors to life with modern office furniture, we know clients struggle to put into words how they want their new offices to look.

To remove this hurdle for our clients, we created the Design Your Office Tool. With the click of a mouse, you can view thousands of office configurations and designs—and yes, it’s really that easy!

Want to get some ideas about how your modern office interiors will take shape? Check out the modern office layouts below, or take our Design Your Office Tool for a spin!

Modern Open Workspaces

Open workspaces are very popular amongst our clients—and this modern office layout is only on the rise all over the world.

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Open office systems incorporate some or all of the following design elements: team work spaces, shared works paces, collaborative work areas, space for large meetings/training, huddle rooms, broad main aisles, activity space and focused workspace. Keep these components in mind while you design your modern office.

Collaborative Workspaces

Collaborative work spacesbring employees out of private, doors-closed environments into an open environment designed to encourage collaboration and teamwork. Collaborative work spaces are an essential component to the open workspace plan.

Modular workstations with lower partitions are a favorite for collaborative workforces because they foster interaction. The larger, common spaces are filled with collaborative, multiuse furniture that can adapt to focused projects or team activities.Lobby_Final

Modern Executive Offices
Modern offices mean work is about more than cubicles and hierarchal divides. However, even modern office layouts need executive offices or conference rooms to meet with clients or to discuss the next big phase for the company.

Design your modern executive spaces  with your company culture in mind: what fits? What image do you want to project for clients? How do you want to meet with new clients?

These questions will help guide you toward the right modern office furniture for your workforce’s needs.


Transform your workplace into a modern office. Try our Design Your Office Tool  today!

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