Workplace Collections & Systems

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Our Approach

When it comes to office design,good planning is essential. A good office design improves productivity and contributes to the well-being of your employees. It should reflect your company and how you like to work, both internally and with your customers.
Believe it or not, the average adult spends over 50% of their daytime hours in an office. It’s the central part of our day and often the place we spend the most time in. This is why, in addition to functioning well, we want an office design that creates a pleasant and inviting place to spend time in. With some thoughtful planning, you can achieve both… contact us today and our sales advisor will provide you with all information. 

Workstations

Designated Spaces for Primary Work

From many years, future flags has advanced the evolution of open plan workstations, creating solutions that fluidly support diverse individual and teamwork styles in office environments.

The physical landscape of today’s workplace is transforming to support changing demographics, evolving technologies, and an ongoing shift to “distributed work" that combines areas for personal focus with shared spaces for group collaboration.

Future Flags offers an unmatched range of systems products, work chairs, storage, and accessories for open plan workstations – all with a proven commitment to sustainability and the client-focused planning approach.

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Focused Planning

Allows individuals to concentrate on their work, while not being isolated from their colleagues.

Focused Planning achieves that blend with a mix of panels, storage, and workspace placement. Across styles, future flags offers a range of panel heights, modesty screens, and strategically placed storage. Different levels of privacy can be provided with a range of horizons: a 42" height enables seated visual access; a 48–50" height provides some seated privacy and shields screens; and a 64" height offers maximum privacy and the opportunity for overhead storage.

Panels, tables, seating, and storage help define nearby shared spaces when collaborative areas are required.

Shared Planning

Supports two or three people who work together frequently and benefit from planned and spontaneous collaboration.

Spine-based systems with moveable screens and freestanding furniture enable work groups to readily reconfigure their space as needs change, without disrupting the power and data infrastructure.

Shared work can also be facilitated by adjacent desktops and an extension top for occasional visitors. Storage elements and panels are commonly used to establish the boundaries of shared work areas.

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