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Top Tips on office furniture layout
There are few things that one should consider before choosing your office furniture. This room, whether at work or at home, needs to be functional/practical and comfortable.
consider the function of the space. Will it be used for working or
studying; will the activities involve writing or working on a PC; is
there a need for a large surface area for drawing or graphics; or
should the area have enough space for meetings? If the room has a dual
function, the furniture and storage you choose for this room should
have a dual function as well.
is equally important. You will need to take into account the time of
day when the room will be utilized the most. The amount of natural
light coming into the room will also affect where you position you
computer or fax machine. Three types of lighting will affect the
positioning of your office furniture, namely:
you rush out and buy your office furniture a little planning goes a
long way in saving you endless hassle and time. Draw a floor plan of
where you would like to position all your office furniture and
equipment. Now measure everything, including the space outside the room
so that you can get the office furniture through the door.
Positioning your office furniture
triangles are used in the layout of rooms like kitchens to increase
efficiency with minimal movement. The three points of your triangle can
be adapted to any three pieces of equipment or pieces of office
furniture that are required for your line of work. You could use the
desk (with drawers for supplies), a filing cabinet and a book shelf or
storage cabinet as your three main pieces.