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The 7 zones in thriving workplaces

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Why every office needs these 7 zones to have the physical Thrivable conditions in an office space. This is our follow up of our previous presentation, Thriving workplaces, with the descriptions of the ...

Why every office needs these 7 zones to have the physical Thrivable conditions in an office space. This is our follow up of our previous presentation, Thriving workplaces, with the descriptions of the types of zones needed.

Technology already became user centered. Now is the time right for architects and designers to make office’s human centered. Environments that fit our needs because we consciously design our working spaces and collaborate on our rules of interaction

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    • The 7 zones in thriving workplaces
    • In order to make people thrive and perform best within their office environment, different work-zones are needed.
    • Why? State of mind differs per task, per mentality, per personality or group setting. Technology already became user centered. Now is the time to make our offices human centered. Environments that fit our needs because we consciously design our working spaces and collaborate on our rules of interaction.
    • Work zone one: Private Cocoon Space for 1-2 people Private Focus Tranquility For (private) talks (dialogue or phone)
    • Work zone two: Meeting space Space for 6+ persons Sound proof For meaningful meetings Options: no table / standing table / conference table
    • Work zone three: Silent together Silent Shared space Resonant focus No prying eyes No phone, no music, no talks
    • Work zone four: Vibrant working space Alignment with company culture To meet and share To feel connected Talking is allowed Music on
    • Work zone five: Kitchen Has a stove, oven and sink To cook and to eat To meet and interact Smells of freshly cooked food
    • Work zone six: Energizer space Ensured privacy For power naps Is completely quiet Horizontal resting
    • Work zone seven: Playzone For energizing or active relaxation For games like table tennis, foosball, darts For drinks