Nook can be sat-inside, sat ‘at’ by pulling up an additional chair or stool, or stood at and leaned on from the rear. Such flexibility invites a variety of uses and creates an enthusiasm to explore and a satisfaction to participate in.
FIT MORE IN TO A SMALL SPACE OR USE A LARGE OPEN SPACE BETTER
A nook integrates and works with the space around it. Find them in corridors as a way to make that otherwise lost space functional. Place them facing a wall to create secluded environments for phone calls, contemplation or focused work.
CREATE ‘WATER-COOLER MOMENT’ OPPORTUNITIES
Placing a nook at the end of a row of desks offers a natural location when two people wish to sit and share, meet, discuss and connect. Opening the shutters from this set-up enables short-term communication to those around and invites passers-by to ‘drop-in’ and get involved.
Separate meeting spaces with four nooks
Arranged to make two meeting spaces for 4-6 people each.
Create a mix of secluded and open spaces with six nooks
Catering for narrow focus activities and broad focus collaborative activities, welcoming connections and interaction. Such an arrangement solves the age-old issue of disturbance, intentional or environmental.
Sit in a Nook.
The following image is a 360 panorama which will allow you to sit inside a Nook. Use the drag-scroll feature or tap in to the image and pop your device in to a VR headset, such as Google Cardboard.