Outdoor spaces that were once considered a quick destination for fresh air are now becoming a functional extension of an office’s space, and it’s easy to see why.
The benefits of outdoor space are undeniable. In fact, a 2018 survey of indoor workers from L.L. Bean regarding their first-ever outdoor coworking space found that:
86% would like to spend more time outside during the workday
82% like or love the concept of an outdoor space
77% would be most likely to do creative work outdoors
74% has improved mood from working outdoors
71% had reduced levels of stress from working outdoors
64% had increased happiness from working outdoors
So it’s no wonder that more and more companies are looking for workspaces that offer indoor and outdoor flexibility.
As offices reopen, it’s important to consider how adjacent patios and rooftops can be transformed into high-performing outdoor oases. This means ensuring you the have functional furniture solutions needed to support these spaces.
Looking to turn your outdoor space into an oasis for your employees? Contact us today to see how we can help.