Why Social

– Shaping office culture and changing the culture of work



Social spaces are inherently dynamic. At the spatial level, they can be adapted to any company and work culture. At the individual level, they are responsive in the moment to all the ways people work and all that their work demands. Whereas traditional, one-size-fits-all workstations are often constrained by their own prescriptive nature, social spaces are freeing, promoting a culture of choice, connection and community across the office.



– Empowering choice



With social spaces, people are free to choose how, where and with whom they do their best work. Whether catching up with colleagues, collaborating on a big project, or finding personal time to focus, social spaces offer a range of options for all types of work to occur simultaneously.



connect the thoughts.

– Fostering connections



Social spaces foster connections between people, work and the places they occupy, inviting novel thinking, promoting creativity and encouraging new opportunities to reveal themselves. When we connect the unconnected, information flows, allowing a productive work culture to thrive.



start a group chat.

– Building community



Social spaces are where people from across the office converge. They serve to both preserve company culture and spread it throughout the organization.





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