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Working spaces can vary, including how we share that space. Here are some of the spaces that we use.
A full-sized cubicle with network, phone and power connections. Likely to be used for a day or more at a time. May be booked ahead of time.
A small space with network and power connection, plus possibly a phone. Likely to be used for a short period of time.
Desk or cubicle which is assigned to a limited set of users. This may be several people sharing a single desk or several people sharing several desks. For example, a team of five may share a set of three desks.
Cave and commons
Team space designed with ‘caves’ (minimized private spaces) and ‘commons’ (common working areas).
Small informal meeting area for around two to five people.
A booth is a rectangular table for two or four people with high partitions on three sides. The open side makes it easily accessible, whilst the high other sides gives a degree of privacy and intimacy. They are a popular choice in social areas where informal meetings may take place.
Room or space assigned to team which includes permanent project elements, such as work preparation tables, competitive data and timelines on walls, etc.
A space with table, chairs, walls, door where people can make a noise, write on walls, project and generally communicate as a team.
Space just for putting things away from where we work. This includes shelving, hanging storage, drawers, hooks, clips and so on.
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