As corporate real estate firms have been consolidating space to reduce operating costs and improve flexibility, a surge of millennials have entered the workforce. These employees are accustomed to accessing various types of technology across environments, including home, school, and work. As a result, millennials expect such resources from their employers and working environment, and the design community has begun to creatively accommodate the evolution of the conference room.
As we discussed in our previous article, there are a number of ways an organization can develop the concept for their technology project. They can leverage experienced in-house staff, lean on an architect or design professional who is engaged in the project for support, or work with a technology consultant or design build integrator. Regardless of what path was taken to develop the concept, when it comes down to developing a design, all three parties must be involved. A successful design requires consideration of a number of factors including:
Integrators and custom table manufacturers worked together for a Corporation Executive Boardroom install.
Today, more than ever before, users expect their spaces to be both extremely functional and highly interactive. Whether in public spaces, boardrooms, or classrooms, a key component to effectively creating functionality and interactivity lies within the creative design and skilled integration of audio visual (AV) technology. From lobby-based video walls to enterprise-wide digital signage systems, from academic and corporate huddle rooms with the latest in wireless collaboration technology to boardrooms with 4K quality video-conferencing, AV technology has become as important to the user experience as network connectivity and furniture selection.