7 work styles for people who work with people… Swish is a modular casegoods system that is light, open, flexible and functional! Designed to facilitate today’s team-oriented collaborative work flow, Swish promotes efficiency and productivity with a vast offering of worksurfaces, storage components and accessories that can be specified in a multitude of configurations.
We’ve identified 7 basic work styles and environments to demonstrate that Swish is perfect for anyplace where people work with people…
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Individual stations have shared storage components and/or worksurfaces that are connected as a single unit. People have the ability to work in a semi-private setting, or when needed, simply turn around to collaborate with a co-worker.
By incorporating collaborative components, a Swish workstation can be created to invite collaboration. Combine individual stations, meeting components, storage opportunities and seating options into unique configurations that turn spaces into multi-functional places.
Individual stations are linked together, often using shared components to maximize space and promote productivity in typical repetitive task environments. Specify a totally open run to foster employee interaction, or separate stations with privacy screens and upper storage to help workers concentrate on tasks.
The modern equivalent of the “community” table where people work alongside each other, with their own personal space and access to today’s office amenities. Benching configurations are popular with today’s touchdown employee as well as with those who need a permanent workspace with added levels of storage and supplemental seating.
private officeWhile collaborative spaces are providing a new dynamic for the office environment, there are still tasks that require the quiet solitude of a private office. Multi-functional desks, credenzas, L units and U units, all with layered capabilities, are scaled to perform in this role. teaming
The simple concept of working together is never more relevant than today, and now there is furniture that specifically supports and encourages communication and sharing. If your daily tasks involve working side by side then linked worksurface shapes will place you in close proximity to each other, while still allowing each the ability to work independently.
Traditionally closed door spaces for formal meetings, conference areas have evolved to include anyplace where people might discuss, present or work together on a project. By incorporating work tables, modular storage, power and data support, and integrated seating it’s easy to produce environments that support all sizes of meetings and presentations.