Pods are nearly self-contained chambers that provide a private spot to focus away from the office’s distractions and sounds for solitary workers. They’re essentially “rooms inside rooms,” and many of them may be moved about.
They frequently resemble upgraded phone booths, having all four walls (often glass), a ceiling, single-person chairs, and all of the required equipment to get work done. They give a peaceful, private space for all types of employees, regardless of department. It appears to be a straightforward arrangement, so we’ll just return to what is really within them subsequently.
– Placement: You need to figure out first where the pod would be placed, where you would consider your working area. It can be a Drawing Room, Bedroom or maybe a vacant place at your house.
– Size: The second yet most important thing would be the size of your pod. You may accommodate a range of user requests by providing a variety of pod sizes, such as phone booths for private chats and larger pods that allow everyone in the group with a comfortable seat to converse without interruption.
– Customisation: Once you get the placement area and the size, then you can choose the style, the color, the designs and the rest.
– Furniture: After the basic customisations, the employee would need the proper space where he/she can store the files and the office equipment.
Not only are these things essential, we also need to look at the affordability and versatility. Pods that can accommodate more people are, of course, more expensive. Getting a bespoke pod is less expensive than building a new conference room, which is prohibitively expensive.
Pods offer the benefit of mobility, whereas rooms and walls are generally fixed. Pods are adaptable not only in terms of the work you may perform in them, but also in terms of how you work. The finest office pods support both seated and standing work, making them an excellent environmental option.