A room in which the board of directors for a company meets regularly to discuss matters that are important. It is the place where important decisions are made, which affect everyone from shareholders and employees to the entire economy.
The rooms must be adaptable, comfortable and able to accommodate various functions. They could be used to host meetings with investors or brainstorming sessions. Based on the size of the company they could need to accommodate 2-6 persons or more. They can also be used to hold longer meetings, like annual strategic planning sessions.
The design of your boardroom can really set the tone for a business’s brand and aspirations. The gallery below shows how different styles of fit out can change the “feel” of the space. The designs are as diverse as the purposes they serve, from imposing black boards to light-coloured tables that maximise daylight.
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