Cubicle Office Furniture Inspires Work
Professional office furniture for Cubicle layout can vary depending on the business sector of the business, so choosing the right layout can be a difficult process. While some office or workplace interior designers & builders may encourage the demolition of all cubicles and the adoption of an open workspace, the reality is, this idea does not work. One size fits everyone and one size doesn’t fit all.
Note before constructing Cubicle layout office furniture
When choosing the ideal Cubicle layout and design for your office, there are a few things you need to consider before building a renovated office interior to increase your productivity:
- Size of the room
- Number of employees you have and expect to reach in the future
- The type of work your employees do
- The level of privacy your employees need
- If drawers, shelves, or lights should be included with the cabinet
So, whether you’re looking to save space or you want to create a more meaningful space, we hope these practical examples can provide you with some inspiration.
Rectangular table design in Cubicle office furniture
Building effective office furniture with a Cubicle layout uses rectangular desks of different sizes and designs, with different levels of privacy. From a large, shared a rectangular desk with split screens in the middle to individual desks sitting side by side or back to back, in a neat straight line or square – when you have a simple shape and this flexibility to work, everything will go smoothly!
However, some workplaces require more privacy. By having partitions on the back and sides, employees feel less exposed. The partitions used in the image below are also lined with fabric so employees can pin important tasks to the walls of their offices. This simple addition offers even more ways to utilize space while reducing desk clutter.
Some extra space and privacy can also be incorporated into the rectangular desk design by including an additional filing cabinet or storage space next to it as C&K did in their main office. This is a great way to combine a larger surface area with the storage required for files.
You can read the previous article here: 5 Steps To Building An Effective Workspace Team
L-shaped desk design in Cubicle office furniture
The L-shaped Cubicle layout offers the added benefit of more desk space and improved privacy. Instead of having other employees sit on either side of your desk for a full view at rectangular, L-shaped desks, co-workers are out of sight when they’re looking at computer screens.
However, not having a partition attached to the desk can make the office space look larger and more open. large L-shaped desks without partitions so they have enough space to work and can easily see and talk to colleagues if they need to.
Larger workspaces can also be created with 4 L-shaped desks placed together to form a cubicle office corner. When combined with tall partitions, this little nook almost looks like its own office. Burbank Homes has perfectly drawn this look below. This option is great for employees who work in groups while providing privacy for the rest of the office.