We offer a complete range of commercial grade furniture for touchdown areas.
QUALITY OFFICE FURNITURE CAN HELP PEOPLE DO GREAT THINGS AT WORK
There is a growing need for people in offices and public areas to have a touchdown area. People need access to space where they can work for short periods using their smartphones, tablets or laptops. They need a touchdown area where they can work undistributed and without distracting others. They are ideal for roving consultants or sales people who need a space to quickly catch up with their emails or do some preparation before going into a meeting.
TOUCHDOWN AREAS ARE NECESSARY
Touchdown areas are a vital part of any Effective Working or desk-sharing program. They provide the buffer or overflow area at peak periods when everyone is on site and needing a work space. They can also act as quiet zones where persons can take that confidential phone call. A touchdown area can also be used for visitors or temporary workers. Touchdown areas are often situated in reception areas, outside meeting rooms or in circulation spaces.
We have two floors of showroom at our Head Office in Havant, Hampshire
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 which gave us a lot of confidence in the quality and 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 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, Workplace Consultant
“Spectrum Workplace is totally product independent which gives me the choice to specify furniture that inspires our clients at every level.”