Boardroom use can vary, from welcoming clients, or partners, to internal meetings for business critical decisions. A calm, efficient environment will be an asset.
Boardroom furniture needs careful planning. How the space is perceived matters, externally, or internally. Alongside practical purposes, a well-designed boardroom can be an inspiring, flagship space, reflecting your company identity and encouraging collaboration.
The boardroom should be an effective business tool, able to bring a return on investing in good design, in the best furnishings and facilities.
Meeting Practical Needs
Well chosen boardroom furniture and seating naturally matter, along with a cohesive approach. You might choose a contemporary, or executive style, the key is to make the whole space feel unified.
This remains achievable if the boardroom is to be multi purpose. High quality boardroom furniture can be provided with wheels, or in sections, reconfigurable, yet looking as if they belong however they are used.
Cable management systems can be equally versatile, providing links to power, or the web. Additional audio visual equipment will make sense, from instant projection to be seen by all, to video conferencing.
Sound will be part of this and benefits from good control of acoustics, possibly sound insulation. Lighting design is equally important, from focused individual use, to central dimming facilities.
Much of the above can be aided by automating your boardroom. The lighting, sound system, air conditioning, window blinds and more can be controlled by one LCD panel, on the table, or in a side area.
Input From Morgan Stewart
Our commercial designers can help with detail, from automation, to subtle aesthetic touches, to the right finish on furniture. We have established relationships with high quality suppliers.
The installation teams Morgan Stewart Interiors provide are as professional as our designers, both work towards a great blend of style, flexibility and comfort. Above all, they listen closely and come to understand your business.
The impact good boardroom design can make promotes a productive culture, a sense of workplace pride. We would be pleased to hear of your vision for a fine boardroom and help to make this reality.