A room where the company’s board of directors is regularly gathered to discuss issues that are important. These are the rooms where major decisions are made, affecting everyone from employees and shareholders to the larger economy.
These rooms must be flexible, comfortable and able to accommodate a variety of purposes. They can be used to hold brainstorming sessions, investor meetings or brainstorming sessions. Based on the size of the business they may need to accommodate 2-6 persons or more. They can also be used to hold longer meetings, like annual strategic planning sessions.
The perfect design for your boardroom can establish the tone for your company’s image and ambitions. The image below illustrates the different ways that different styles of fitting out can alter the “feel” of an area. From imposing black boards and chairs to light-coloured tables with maximum sunlight, the designs vary as much as the functions they serve.
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