Ten office styles with unique designs

Ten office styles with unique designs

It is a design with semi-open spaces for groups of 4-6 people, with each individual's "working compartment" ensuring the essential privacy. This office layout is ideal for jobs that require a high level of personal concentration while also allowing members to communicate with one another.
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Multi-function desks

This is a type of collective desk for groups that need to communicate and exchange information on a regular basis but do not require a distinct concentration. The table top is spread out, yet there are minor local partitions that allow team members to remain independent while still feeling connected.

Large size desk

This type of desk is based on the space model of the library to ensure that it is large enough and airy, allowing everyone to see each other, and is designed in a removable form, so when necessary, only a few accessories are needed. Smaller additions will result in more compact spaces for 6 people.

"Honeycomb" Office

This is the type of office room that enables the space to be "transformed" into a somewhat bizarre place to relax, break up the monotony of the workplace, and provide a suitable "rest" area for staff. The concept behind this design is to "save as much space as possible," making it ideal for the position of manager and line leader in large factories and workshops.

Transformation from the partitions

Space is limited by revolving or sliding doors, enabling for the creation of a number of room kinds based on requirements. For example, there will be a meeting room when the doors are closed; an office that utilizes natural light when they are half-opened; and a space for displaying or holding banquets when the doors are fully opened.

"Car" Office

This type of office is simple and quick to be assembled, and it can even "run" to where its owner wants it! This "work car" is appropriate for small groups of a few individuals, but it requires an isolated environment that is not controlled by external factors, and it is typically created for large spaces, such as factories. In the proper sense of the term, this design is referred to as a "private office"

"Suitcase" Office

Allow employees to “put a pole” wherever they go in their workplace. When the work is done, this "office" will be folded and dragged somewhere else.

Individual but within the same organization

This design will establish a common workplace for a huge group, but when the staff steps upon the wooden platform, they will immediately feel as if they have entered their own "domain," which will be highly independent. More specifically, the bookshelves and filing cabinets are designed with their backs to the exterior, acting as a partition and notifying the "outside'' that this inside is a "private realm".

"Hi-tech" Office

This office is designed to be as innovative as possible. Poles and crossbars are the pipes of electrical and communication cable systems. The "big petals" blooming high above the computer screens serve as light and sunlight concentrators. Despite the fact that this is a "quite artificial" and "pretty far from nature" workplace, it has excellent soundproofing.

Utilization of a partition as a writing board

The partitions are the standout feature of this office style. They are utilized as bulletin boards, where you can write notices and messages and then erase them as needed. Furthermore, these partitions are transparent to ensure that the workspace is closed while still allowing light in from the outside.