With the development of new technologies and real-time sharing of information, the conventional image of the employee setting at their desk from nine to five is becoming a thing of the past.
The proportion of activities that require a designated workstation is reducing, as an increasing number of employees go mobile, with the possibility of selecting their environment and working position to suit the task in hand.
Nomadic use allows you to optimise the space taken up by the furniture and avoid empty zones when most of the employees are out of the office.
That trend is part of a process of change in the ways of working. Studies have indeed demonstrated that using a variety of environments and postures can boost the creativity, innovation and efficiency of workers.
Giving your employees an opportunity to be mobile primarily means offering them offices that support their needs. Nomadic workstations, a diversity of collaborative spaces, areas dedicated to working alone, all need to be redesigned to offer an ecosystem of connected areas that are adapted to all sorts of activities, postures or degrees of collaboration.
Creating a space suited to nomadic work
Examples of offices designed for nomadic work: