Huddle rooms are among the most popular trends in office spaces right now. The primary distinctions between a huddle room and a traditional conference room are size and formality. Huddle rooms tend to be smallish, roughly 10x10 or 10x12 square feet, and fit 2 to 5 people comfortably. Employees can gather for a quick meeting or video conference with clients around the world. Huddle rooms also tend to be functional, less formal, and sometimes even a little messy. When teams work in cubicles, the huddle room becomes a go-to for meetings.
Most businesses have at least one if not 100 of these flexible and convenient meeting spaces. Due to the demands on the room, the audio and video system should be simple, functional and durable. Smarter Systems recommends a baseline of a phone and small display to coordinate with a small table, desk or credenza. With proper design, a huddle room becomes a perfect place for a small group to meet quickly and comfortably with minimal setup.
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Ryan Morris AV Technology Specialist, Enterprise Client