The Anatomy of a Highly Productive Workspace – an Infographic

With more workers gradually returning to a traditional office setting, the transition from remote working into an on-site position might be a shock to the senses for some employees. During these times of change, it is important for companies to create workplace settings that encourage efficiency and improve productivity while abiding by social distancing preferences. A workspace that ticks these boxes requires improved structure, lighting, noise reduction, ergonomic features, and the addition of organic components. Discover the details of how a workspace can improve productivity through architecture and design with the below infographic.




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