Activity Based Office

With Next Office-ABW you get a working environment where movement, flexibility and creativity are key-stimulating settings designed to suit the different activities you and your colleagues perform during a working day, and which offer individuals and groups different degrees of focus, depending on the task to be carried out.

“The workplaces for the future will be more focused on the individual and based on the activities which we actually do” Henrik Axell, Next Office Concept Manager Sweden.

Small Meetig Room

High focus group work room.
A Small Meeting Room designed for 4-6 persons. The Small Meeting Room is bookable or non-bookable and if you are using the room you will not be interrupted or overheard. The room could be especially designed for private video conferencing, for example Skype, and providing extra comfort (adjustable table) and equipment (monitor) and/or just a place where you can have spontaneous meetings, take short phone calls or have quick face-to-face meetings.

Large Meeting Room

High focus group work room.

A Large Meeting Room designed for 6-20 persons. The Large Meeting Room is bookable or non-bookable and if you are using the room you will not be interrupted or overheard. The room could be designed for larger video conferencing sessions and providing extra comfort (adjustable table) and equipment (monitor).

Lounge

Space for low and semi focus work – individual or collaborative.
The Lounge is the hub of an office, it is a space where people meet and interact. In this space collaboration, socializing and creativity are essential. We can meet and exchange ideas with colleagues from various units without a formal setting. Activities such as answering emails, having a coffee, informal meetings or conversations and even presentations are all suited to this space. The size of the Lounge depends on the number of employees assigned to a specific office.

Room in a Room

Space for low and semi focus work – individual or collaborative.
This space is a perfect solution when you want to break off and create a Room in a Room. The ideal place for spontaneous meetings. It can be created with furniture with high backs or textiles. You can also hang a monitor and/or whiteboard.

Library

High individual focus work.
The library is especially suited for planning, reading and researching. It can be furnished with soft seating and/or tables and desks often with acoustic qualities to keep noise to a minimum.

Touch Down

Space for semi focused individual work or quick conversations in smaller groups.
The Touch Down area is a space well suited for temporary work tasks e.g. reading and writing emails. This space is a perfect use in-between meetings or if you have a guest working in your office for a short period of time.
Conversations, soft chatting and phone calls are allowed in this space. The non-personal seating and lots of people passing by will make the area great for knowledge sharing and spontaneous meetings where new contacts are made. The size of the Touch down area(s) depends on the number of employees assigned to a specific office.

Canteen/Cafeteria

Space for low focus work – individual or collaborative.
The Canteen/Cafeteria is a space to take a scheduled break to eat or drink, e.g. lunch. This space could be a
part, or be closely connected, to the Lounge but with the option of preparing and eating a hot meal. When not
being used for meal times, this space could be used for larger meetings, presentations or conversations in
larger groups as well as fast individual work tasks. The size of the Canteen/Cafeteria depends on the number
of employees assigned to a specific office.

Open Space

Semi and low focus individual work.
The Open Space consists of non-personal workplaces for individual work in an open environment. Each workstation in this area is equipped for longer individual work where you don’t mind brief interruptions. Soft chatting and short phone calls are allowed in this space. The background murmuring and the open environment creates an atmosphere of knowledge sharing between individuals. The size of the workstation area(s) depends on the number of employees assigned to a specific office and local needs.

Concentration Workstation

High focus individual work.
The Concentration Workstation is a space for high concentrated individual work. It can be a specific room or a separate space or place. If you need to read, write or do other computer work this is the place to use. The Concentration Workstation is for uninterrupted work, phones are muted and conversations should be avoided. If you sit in the concentration area you should not be disturbed. These spaces are sometimes available to reserve through booking systems.

Personal Workstation

High, semi and low individual focus.
The Personal Workstation is a space for high, semi and low individual work. It can be a specific room or a separate space or place. The space is personal and not shared with others, you can keep your personal belongings on the desk or storage. The storage is often connected with the desk.

Phone Place

High and semi individual focus.
The Phone Place is a secluded small area perfect for important and/or sensitive phone calls.
A private space where there is no disturbance from and for others, suitable for long phone calls.

Creative Workplace

Low, semi and high focus collaborative work.
The Creative Workplace is an inspirational, fun space that stimulates creative and constructive meetings and has a “think outside the box” mentality. Should include media screens and whiteboards. It could be designed to be flexible and changeable according to need and size of group.

Project Place

High and semi focus collaborative work.
The Project Place is designed for spontaneous or planned meetings, updates or knowledge sharing, e.g project work status updates or project workshops and the equipment and furniture reflects productivity and creativity.

Collaboration

Semi focus collaborative work.
The Collaboration space is designed for spontaneous meetings, short updates or knowledge sharing, e.g project work/task status updates or workshops and the equipment and furniture reflects productivity and creativity. The space is secluded but not isolated meaning the people passing by may take part of the ongoing work. Also suitable for face-to-face meetings.

Next Office®

Next Office® Es una herramienta de gestión, desarrollada por Kinnarps en colaboración con prestigiosas consultoras cómo HAYS, para el estudio del trabajo del hoy y del mañana, se tienen en cuenta una serie de variables, desde la política de la empresa, el desarrollo digital, valores y sobre todo a las personas que forman parte de la organización.

ABW (Activity Base Working) no se refiere a cómo diseñar un espacio de trabajo, tampoco tiene en cuenta la marca de muebles a utilizar, basado en la investigación de tendencias y ocupación en diferentes partes del mundo, y gracias a las más de 300 empresas analizadas, utilizamos diferentes herramientas informáticas, app, encuestas web, juegos interactivos, entrevistas personales, etc. Para definir las necesidades concretas de espacios de trabajo y organizativas, donde además son los propios empleados los que deciden qué lugar es el más adecuado para la tarea que realizan, con el objetivo de desarrollarla de la manera más eficaz y les permita conciliar su vida personal con la profesional en colaboración y en relación a la personalidad, forma de moda y cultura de la empresa.

El coste de este estudio depende del tamaño de la empresa y las necesidades concretas, por lo que el presupuesto es siempre personalizado.

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