Office culture today
Read more about our research on workflow and workspace design here.
Solving noise and privacy issues in open offices
Framery office pods and booths make the workplace happier by reducing noise and distractions, so people can concentrate better and be more productive. They are ideal for holding meetings, conference calls and ad-hoc discussions reducing the need to build expensive and space consuming meeting rooms.
Our pods fit in everywhere but always stand out
The much admired signature design of Framery pods fit naturally in open offices. Our color schemes and accessories to fit all styles and needs, while sustainable high-quality materials guarantee a quality user experience.
Framery pods in action
Many of the world’s leading companies are using our office pods to make their people happier. And save time, space and money. See how they look in action.
Working with Architects to make happier offices
We actively collaborate with The American Institution for Architects (AIA) through educational courses emphasising the importance of distraction-free workspaces and the tools to achieve optimal environmental acoustics. We’ll be happy to help you too, just let us know.
How many pods do you need and where to put them?
When placed correctly, our pods improve communication, reduce rush,
boost efficiency – and ultimately increase employee happiness.
Here are some key tips on how to place our pods and office booths:
1. Provide enough pods
We recommend providing one Framery O for every 15 employees, one Framery Q for every 20 employees and one Framery 2Q for every 30 employees.
2. Consider user needs
Provide different kinds of pods based on users’ needs. Some need to concentrate, others to work collaboratively.
3. Use pods as space dividers
Divide the floor plan to smaller zones based on activities as in point 2.
4. Place in the middle of activity areas
Pods and booths should be placed in the middle of activity areas, not hidden away in corners. That way people can easily see if they are vacant and access them.
See our placement guide for more details.