There has been a reoccurring theme throughout this pandemic, whether it’s in our homes, businesses, or offices — making the most of limited space. According to Kastle Systems, the average occupancy rate of workplaces was last pegged at 36.8%, taking into account more than 2,600 buildings in 138 U.S. locations. As these buildings sit empty in major cities such as New York and San Francisco, executives are reconsidering corporate real estate. A common plan for the future is relocation into much smaller offices, to allow for flexible, hybrid working.
One problem with this plan is — what about when many employees want to convene? Resource Furniture, the leader in transforming, multifunctional furniture, created tables to solve just this problem — getting more space from your space. With transforming tables, an office can have a slim, decorative console table, ideal as a single-person desk. This same table is then capable of extending for twelve-person conferences.
Utilizing unique aluminum telescoping mechanisms, Resource Furniture’s transforming tables make it easy to add up to five leaves to seat two, four, six, or even twelve for meetings. The brand offers an endless variety of lacquer and wood veneer finishes in order to match the look of a business’ office space and even different table shapes, such as the Goliath, the Celsius, the Celsius Round, the Brooklyn, and more.
If interested in learning more about Resource Furniture’s expanding, transforming tables, and how they can benefit the shrinking office, CLICK HERE.