The rethinking of the traditional workplace is on fast forward. Break-out spaces which offer flow from one place to another, and from one workstyle to another, have never been more relevant — spaces with a flexible approach that adapts to all needs of the workday.
Breakout spaces used to be seen as secondary and alternative settings in the workplace, but we believe today’s breakout spaces are just as crucial as a desk sitting space. Focusing on breakout spaces as social spaces and as a vital tool in supporting the natural flexing of staff members coming in and out of the office, is key. Break-out areas should be made primary if you ask us: We call them In-between Spaces.