A variety of spaces for a variety of work
Knoll describes Activity Spaces as “go-to spaces accessible to everyone for everything from focused individual work through large community gatherings. Activity spaces vary in scale, formality, enclosure and flexibility. Invariably, they require proximity, privacy, and support for collaborative technology. And while they may share components and aesthetics with primary workspaces, they may also offer a deliberate contrast as an alternative”.
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