At the very first media event in the Kokuyo KL showroom, the Japanese office furniture brand showcased a range of products to support ABW.
31 August, 2018
At a recent event in the Kokuyo KL showroom, Yuki Kanamori, Workstyle Researcher at Kokuyo Worksight (the company’s research wing), emphasised that customisable furniture has a key role in wellbeing at work. Flexibility in furniture allows users to create and recreate spaces with ease. And this, he suggested, is a key part of an ABW environment.
ABW, he said, was ultimately about promoting the wellbeing of the employee, but also encouraging community.
“Whether one needs a solo working space to ideate, or to have discussion with colleagues in a pop up meeting space, or even to have a casual conversation in a community setting, Kokuyo has gleaned insights from trends globally and created signature office furniture to support this,” said Kanamori.
Shared office spaces, he noted, are becoming the norm. “From what we have observed at various successful work spaces, a large number of corporations are now sitting alongside tech startups, freelancers and digital nomads in collaborative environments – as this is the fastest way of up scaling or creating innovation.”
The role of the workspace is crucial in supporting the openness, community and sense of purpose that helps one company drive another in a shared environment.
Take a look at Kokuyo’s KL showroom in our gallery:
Kokuyo’s Kuala Lumpur showroom is located at KL Gateway. Kokuyo’s Singapore showroom is located on Duxton Road.
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