Huddle Rooms. Big Thinking for Small Spaces
Implementing conferencing and collaborative
tools across an organisation isn't just confined to large meeting rooms and
showcase spaces. There is a growing shift in favour of smaller,
ultra-connected “huddle rooms” which are typically used by smaller groups of
two to four people.
Although the definition of huddle rooms can be quite broad, in essence these spaces are small meeting rooms intended for informal conversations, presentations, brainstorming sessions, conferences with remote workers or any number of other collaborations.
The flexibility around spaces such as these opens up a new level of freedom for the workforce.