The benefits of dividing the workspace

Built interiors, zoning and storgae

The pandemic has meant that many businesses and sectors have had to adapt and change their interior environments as well as the way they operate. Often with little notice or time, some form of dividing the workspace has needed to be done quickly and efficiently.

Dividing the workplace creates financial and emotional issues. Businesses are faced with additional outgoings for a system that needs to be semi-permanent, adaptable and practical. The emotional and mental wellbeing of staff is also a huge concern. Any dividing system should ideally be attractive and not block out any light, minimising the negative impact on a workforce that may already be feeling concerned or anxious.

The benefits of zoning

One of James Tobias flagship products is our Zoning range. Designed to minimise the impact on both the workplace and the workforce, these systems are strong, lightweight and adaptable. They are also stylish, unintrusive and pleasing to look at, making them perfect for dividing the workspace in a constantly shifting working landscape.

Easily interchangeable and perfect for almost any commercial interior, the Zoning range features three core products;

Zonix: stylish dividing and display

Divide: space saving partitioning and movable walls

Quebix: practical storage and display

Any of these systems can be finished with unique unique colours, textures and fabrics and if security is a concern a wide range of locks and handles are available as well as power and light options.

With our help, dividing the workspace can be a positive evolving of the workplace, rather than a costly spend on products that won’t have purpose beyond temporary zoning or distancing.

We’re here to help

Backed by a 30 year legacy of design, manufacturing and installation, James Tobias are synonymous with quality built interiors. If you need advice on dividing the workspace, or would like to know more about our Zoning products, please contact James Tobias today. 

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