Meeting Rooms can be formal or informal, they can also be high-profile boardrooms or small interview rooms. They can be enclosed private rooms or open collaborative spaces. However Meeting Room Design must ensure that the needed facilities are on hand for meetings to be productive.
EFFECTIVE MEETINGS ARE KEY
Effective meetings are vital for teamwork and also the smooth operation of any business. Meetings can be with team members, heads of departments or they can also be with potential clients or key suppliers. They can be long and boring, and they can also be to-the-point and inspirational!
FLEXIBLE MEETING ROOM DESIGNS
Increasingly meeting room design is needed to create flexible and multi-use spaces that can support a variety of functions. The boardroom may also need to be used for training or staff meetings. The small one-to-one meeting room should also work as a focus room for tasks needing concentration.
Formal and informal meeting places should be an key part of any office interior design scheme. However if you want the elegance of a traditional boardroom or a sleek, modern style we can meet your needs.
MEETING ROOM DESIGN SOLUTIONS
Spectrum Workplace can design formal meeting rooms or informal collaborative meeting areas. We can supply solutions for entertaining clients or brainstorming with colleagues. We can also provide furniture that combines storage with hidden tv screens and other AV equipment.
An increasingly popular method of enlivening meeting rooms and areas is to introduce wall graphics. This is a surprisingly cost-effective and easy method to give a meeting room a face-lift.
PROs AND CONs OF MEETING ROOMS
Can be valuable multi-purpose spaces
Great for confidential phone calls
Can also be used as quiet working space
Provides a overflow capacity in busy times
Can be a waste of space if poorly designed
Needs a good cleaning rota in the post-Covid world
Meeting Room Design Case Studies
Take a look at this interesting CASE STUDY for Aerial Direct in Segensworth, Hampshire. This complete design and refurbishment project also included a wide range of meeting areas. There were a total of 7 formal meeting rooms and as well as many informal spaces dotted around the building. The informal meeting spaces were a key part of the design and are used to good effect by the client. As in this case study, you find that a good meeting room or space can also become a multi-use area.
Most office design schemes include Meeting Rooms and Meeting Spaces and some other case studies are below.
RISKFIRST in London
TALENT LOCKER in Southampton
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS in Oxford
SPI LASERS in Southampton