How to Design a Board Room uk
The room in which the board of directors of a company is regularly gathered to discuss major issues. It is the place where important decisions are made, which affect everyone from shareholders and employees to the larger economy.
The rooms must be adaptable, comfortable and able to accommodate a variety. For example, they might be used for meetings with investors, or brainstorming sessions with creative minds. Depending on the size of the business they may need to seat a minimum of 2-6 or more. They can also be used to hold longer-lasting meetings, like annual strategic planning sessions.
The style of a room for a boardroom can determine the tone and image of a business. The gallery below highlights how different designs for fitting out can alter the “feel” of a space. The styles are as diverse as their uses, from massive black boards to tables with light colours that maximize daylight.
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