The boardroom: it usually consists of a conference table and a few chairs. But have you ever thought of a boardroom as a canvas? Boardrooms are places where wondrous things can be accomplished. They exist to facilitate collaboration, information sharing and team bonding. So when it’s possible, why not infuse your boardroom with the excitement, energy and culture you want for your company?
Check out this eVenues post by Kenji Crosland giving examples (with photos) of some fabulous boardroom creations.
Let’s face it. Most boardrooms don’t really have an original design. They’re utilitarian. They have long mahogany tables, some Aeron or leather chairs, and usually a projector and a screen for presentations. The quality of the furnishings might vary from one to the other, but for the most part a boardroom is a boardroom is a boardroom.
At eVenues, we believe that a room can do much to affect the quality of a meeting, it’s not just feng shui, but also has its basis in psychological studies, and since board meetings can be some of the most important meetings for any company or organization, we thought we’d spend some time to celebrate the designers and companies who have created some truly unique boardrooms.
(To read the rest of this article please go to The World’s Most Creatively Designed Boardrooms)
(Photo by Bill McChesney)