A well-designed workplace speaks to occupants about space functionalities as well as what the space represents. The next two in priority as a screen enhanced space in the eyes of the Work Design community are the Auditorium space and the Meeting space. A dominating majority feel the Auditorium space is a single-purpose “Learning” space. Interestingly 12.4 percent feel the Meeting space is also good for learning, slightly fewer people feel the Meeting space is for collaborating. Among all design concepts tested, this space has most of the Work Design community thinking of it as a space for collaborating. The last space in mental priority as a screen-centric workspace is the Bench space. The Cube space is 35 percent less likely to be viewed as a collaborating space by Clients than by Agencies and Influencers.
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