The basics of office furniture

The basics of office furniture

An office must be primarily representative today, but at the same time one allow pleasant way of working and therefore be appropriate. Especially in customer-facing industries, it is advisable to divide up the space and provide a suitable opportunity to have a conversation away from the normal working environment. You must also take a holistic approach when working in your home office, such as working as a tax consultant or management consultant.

We will show you which elements can be easily and yet individually integrated into your office.

Center of the room: The desk

The desk is the focal point in the office, where you spend most of your time and have a relationship with it, because it is the first point of contact for customers or business partners. It should therefore be relatively large, in any case with an appropriate space for shelves and presentation areas, so as not to have to postpone everything with each visit. Meanwhile, the trend is towards desks with satined glass, which bring an attractive and at the same time discreet look and are thereby highly effective. From the construction point of view, one focuses on shelves below and above the worktop in order to properly stretch the surface. Here, personal and internal documents in the lower areas are lockable, whereas the upper storage areas are for informational materials and brochures that can be taken by the customer or business partner.

Desks with double bottom are also very interesting , which can be used as a shelf for technical drawings and the like. An ergonomically shaped office chair, which adapts to the back and allows a healthy sitting position, also fits in with this. One should not appear too representative, since one works primarily alone and therefore relies on proper and innovative office furniture. These are already available with integrated stepless seat tilt adjustment and multifunction armrests. Here, the focus is primarily on antibacterial microsilver coatings to keep hygiene in the office high, even with changing users.

Order by Shelving Systems

As previously mentioned, the space available must be used fully in order to avoid bulky shelves in the office To avoid office. In particular, the walls are to be used to better divide the space and to provide no barriers for customers or business partners. The safety aspect is also in the foreground, especially in terms of data protection and company internal concerns, so that one can bring in a special shelving system. They are available in the Corner Solution and screwless plug-in system, which can be easily expanded and individually adapted by means of individual elements. There is the possibility here for lockable compartments and drawers, but also presentation areas for information brochures and the like.

Trade with handy products, such as technical articles, then it is more likely to resort to presentation furniture here. This will help you avoid filing on your desk or in the middle of other documents, providing a contrast point in the office and drawing the guest's attention to it. Here, one predominantly relies on showcases which are available in the rectangular, square or round shape and always have a form-curved round glazing. The built-in ESG safety glass , which can be closed with side parts made of aluminum and opened only by means of a special key, ensures the correct protection. If you also want to use this showcase as a light source, you can often use optional lighting sets. With changing color levels you can point to certain products so seasonally and have a very practical piece of furniture in your office, which also acts as a promotional product


  • Try adding as many accessories as possible and enhancing the work environment. The principle is to use only one element per wall side and to leave the middle room free. You better divide up the room and structure it, such as setting up a small meeting table for customer appointments.
  • Use plants or art objects to positively influence the guest's perspective and pave the way. At the same time they act as a natural barrier and ensure data security in your office, for example if you share it with colleagues.

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