A room where the board of directors of a company is regularly gathered to discuss issues that are important. This is where major decisions are made, affecting everyone from shareholders and employees to the overall economy.
These rooms should be able and comfortable, and be able to accommodate a variety of purposes. They could be used to host brainstorming sessions or investor meetings. sessions. Depending on the size of the company, they might need to seat a minimum of 2-6 or more. They can also be used to hold longer meetings, like annual strategic planning sessions.
The ideal design for a boardroom can establish the tone for a business's brand and aspirations. The gallery below demonstrates how different designs for fitting out can alter the "feel" of a room. From massive chairs and black boards, to light-coloured tables with maximum daylight, the designs vary as do the functions they serve.
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