New research on Activity Spaces from Knoll
Knoll has a very informative article Activity Spaces – A variety of spaces for a variety of work. According to the report activity spaces are go to spaces destinations for temporary group and individual work separated from primary home base workplaces.
“The relationship between collaboration and innovation is leading to a radical rethinking of the workplace plan.”
Research shows that greater than half of work time is spent outside of individual assigned workspaces in places other than the central office and in new kinds of spaces. The new workplace model is a variety of spaces for a variety of work. The workplace is becoming less formulaic and static, more adaptive and fluid as it supports the many different tasks, functions and interactions that are the incubator of new ideas.
Below is the full report: