Design a WorkCafé
A scalable, nurturing environment that’s indicative of an organization’s culture and brand, a WorkCafé is both a retreat and a place to engage. This ideabook offers solutions that will help you design a workplace where employees can choose the best place to work based on their preference and need.
Key Elements: WorkCafé
Welcoming + Vibrant
Leverage design attributes that set a welcoming atmosphere and vibrant ambiance, reflecting the desired brand and culture.
Allow any worker, as an individual or as a group, to work and meet at any place. Access to power, presentation devices, and Wi-Fi is key for success.
Hosting is ultimately about making employees feel connected to the organization, their work and each other.
Key Zones: WorkCafé
Building social networks by using nourishment to attract users throughout the organization, which increases opportunities for chance encounters and cross-pollination.
Kitchen + dine: supporting workers with dining amenities and various food options.
A welcoming space that supports a community of mobile workers who learn and share knowledge with each other.
Meeting Commons offers a system of spaces that promotes collaboration, both planned and spontaneous.
An environment that offers work amenities as well as personalized assistance.
Explore the Research
Building Wellbeing into the Workplace
Choice and control are found throughout the work environment’s furniture and tools. A chair that provides ergonomic benefits to people of various sizes and working in different postures adds to physical wellbeing.
Cool cafés are popping up in corporate environments everywhere. But any office can mimic the cool factor of a coffee shop with Wi-Fi and an espresso machine. Creating a great corporate third place that gives people what they need to do real work requires a lot more.
How Workplace Design Helped La-Z-Boy Boost Employee Engagement
“We’re attracting rock stars to come here now.” The new La-Z-Boy generates excitement and engagement.