- Requires more square feet to accomodate the different environments
- Can increase exposure to noise and people, which can distract some workers
A hybrid office layout allows you to combine the floor plan examples you like into one effective space. And it's customizable, allowing you to meet the needs of a diverse workforce.
Pro tip: If you have an established business with existing employees, take a survey to get an idea of what they'd like to see in a hybrid floor plan design. This will ensure that you strike the right balance between all the different types of environments (collaboration zones, private suites, phone booths, etc.) so that you don't over- or under-invest in one specific layout.