Agile solutions that offer freedom for workspaces
Working methods and the way we interact in the professional environment are ever-changing, no more so than in the present climate, with the ubiquity of new technologies and social distancing requirements, as well as safeguarding people´s health.
These factors, together with new, more dynamic and flexible working methodologies, which move away from old-school ones focussed on individual work sat in front of a computer for hours on end, have led to a rethinking of what was previously taken for granted, in favour of fostering more sustainable and people-centric ways of working in versatile spaces.
Presential work now require offices as we know them to undergo radical changes. The time has come to configure safe environments that incorporate solutions that improve space, productivity and, in turn, worker satisfaction. Solutions in which furniture, space and technology place the user at the heart thereof in order to respond to their needs.
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How many offices fit inside your office? The Agile Methodology allows you to create multiple locations and types of workstations to adapt the space to preferences and activities that perform your teams in every moment.
For years, all Actiu furniture has been championing the versatility that has now become of the utmost importance. The ability to move tables around, separation and filing elements, chairs, as well as transversal designs capable of fitting into any environment and providing a solution to the diverse needs that arise in work environments: concentration, socialisation, privacy, collaboration and learning.
Actiu has just published “AGILE. Space and product guide” with a range of proposals that make it possible to construct any workspace with solutions to achieve this flexibility and respond to an ever-increasing diversity of uses in response to the agile methodology, which seeks to create value and innovation through collaboration.
These solutions play a significant role in fostering a healthy and highly efficient working environment, capable of attracting talent and making the most of the team's presence and encouraging collaboration while they are in the office, by focussing on what is important: ideas, projects and people. In this regard, the guide looks at two types of environments, from the most to the least complex; in each case equipped with the necessary tools, giving employees the chance to share their creativity.
The guide also provides product proposals that enable employees to work cross-functionally using the new Agile Collection, which goes hand in hand with other ranges. These include the Caddy 500, a range of lightweight mobile stands that can be used to divide spaces; an innovative tier concept that enables spaces to be quickly and efficiently redesigned; a side table to support subtly designed soft seating solutions; and decorative sound-absorbing panels, that absorb noise while, at the same time, improving working conditions, making it possible to come up with unique layouts.
The aim is to generate added value through the user experience, which motivates the worker to show up at the office, where design and getting the most out of the space play a fundamental role.