WHAT SORT OF OFFICE DESKS SHOULD YOU HAVE?
There are a huge range of different types of office desks on the market – so which is best? It depends on the design of your office and also how you and your team like to work. However there is a strong increase in demand for electric height-adjustable desks due to the much better ergonomics and comfort levels they give. All of our own desks in our office are now also electric sit-stand desks!
Office desks are a key element of any office design and you will also need to consider your desk style and design carefully. This applies whether you have one desk per person or whether you have made the leap into agile working with hot desks.
Our range includes all types of desks and workstations from traditional rectangular desks to modern bench desk systems. We also offer state of the art height adjustable sit-stand desks.
We are main dealers for Herman Miller furniture who offer a number of superb desk systems supported by their 12 year 24/7 guarantee.
We have a 5000 sqft office furniture showroom at our Head Office in Havant, Hampshire, which displays many desk ranges and also other office furniture products.
WHAT OUR VISITORS SAY.
‘’Visiting Spectrum’s large showroom we were able to see and evaluate the furniture they had put forward for our project. This gave us a lot of confidence in the quality and also value of their proposition.
All works were carried out promptly to a high level and with a ‘can do’ attitude. We are left with a workplace that we are immensely proud of and would also not hesitate in using Spectrum Workplace in the future.’’
Founding Partner – The Talent Locker
OUR FURNITURE TEAM
“I am your first point of contact and support our clients with finding the perfect furniture solution for their office.”
Kirsty Fidler, Customer Support
“I’m here to help manage our key furniture accounts providing expert knowledge and support.”
Trevor Ford, Senior Furniture Account Manager
Case studies showing office desks
Look at this interesting OPEN PLAN OFFICE CASE STUDY for Oxford University Press which also included 150 desks. Although most of the office space is given over to desk positions the design was carefully thought through. As a result, the open-plan office space is broken up with informal meeting spaces and quiet working areas. The whole project was also carried out over one long weekend including new carpet and changes to power and data.
Some other interesting open plan office design case studies are