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Choosing Your AV Room Type

on August 15, 2019

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Each collaboration room in an open floor plan office becomes integral for collaboration, meetings, and, sometimes, a quiet place to work. Here, we break down the different rooms at HB Communications in order to help you get ideas for your own space.

Small Rooms

Small rooms are great for one-on-one, individual, and small group work. In these small spaces, consistent user experience is crucial. From meetings, to content sharing, to video calls, these little rooms allow your employees to work in whatever way they need. 

Universal Conference Room

  • Designed for 4-6 people
  • Most standard-use room
  • Used for meetings
    and working sessions
  • Share notes
  • Make conference calls

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Brainstorm Room

  • Interactive wall good for
    creative work
  • Share notes
  • Bar-height table for sitting
    or standing
  • Space for 1-6 people

Comfort Conference Room

  • Set up like a living room
  • Good for single person use or one-on-one meetings
  • Capable of screen and note sharing
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Huddle

Huddle Room

  • Seats up to 4 people
  • Great for quick conversations and content sharing
  • Capable of video collaboration with remote colleagues

 

Download the guide for free to learn more about how HB treated ourselves as our own client to create the av ecosystem.

Big Rooms

Large rooms are great for, obviously, large gatherings. But, as with the Hub, they can also be utilized as a social area and as smaller, breakout spaces. 

The Hub

  • A large, open area
  • Serves as an event venue, café,
    and social space
  • Immersive technology for event
    mode and environmental ambiance
  • Corporate communication
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HubNook

The Hub Collaboration Nook

  • A breakout space within the Hub
  • Perfect for ad hoc meetings, casual collaboration

Tech-Heavy Rooms 

Technology should help, not hinder your work. Rooms that are outfitted with more technology, than say, a huddle room, can help you to create content and power internal and external communications. 

Content Studio

  • For internal and external communication
  • Production-capable: marketing videos to company announcements and broadcasts
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Customer Support and NOC (Network Operations Center)

  • Used to monitor customer environments
  • Home to HB View monitoring

Spaces need to be flexible and variable so that your employees can snag any kind of room to suit their work. Communication is key to any good organization and having different rooms available allows your employees to work together or individually to the best of their ability. If you'd like a more in depth look, check out our AV Ecosystem