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Kistan Office: How to Design A Co-Sharing Office Space

We’ve all heard that working in an office space with a coworker can increase productivity. The right co-sharing office space is crucial if you want to create that effect, whether you’re collaborating with your coworkers or clients. Here are three tips from the Kistan Office team, for how to design the perfect co-sharing office space:


When you’re designing your office, it’s important to focus on the future. Instead of thinking about what you want the office space to be like today, think about what it will look like a year or five years from now. If a company doesn’t plan for the future, its business may suffer when things change suddenly. For example, if an entrepreneur opens up a coffee shop today and plans for it to stay very small, they could find themselves struggling later when they realize that customers keep asking them for more menu options or other services.

The best way to avoid this problem is by being flexible with your space planning so that it can accommodate any changes that come along as time goes by (and they always do).


When it comes to office furniture, ergonomics is important. That’s why you should make sure that the workstation is configured in such a way that it allows for maximum productivity and comfort. The first step towards designing a co-sharing office space is getting the right ergonomic chairs. KISTAN provides an amazing range of ergonomic well-designed chairs whether that be for your desk or to collaborate with.

We highly recommend the Giroflex 10, The stand-up seating with the Giroflex 10 fosters balance and strengthens the muscles while relieving the spine and counteracting poor posture.

Also, check out this quirky and cool Mickey chair by Profim. Its design by ITO Design studio meets all requirements of modern and flexible workspaces.

Carry On chair is a portable seating solution that works perfectly by itself but also as a complement to other products.

Ergonomic chairs are designed to accommodate different body types and provide support for back pain, spinal alignment and other issues associated with sitting at desks all day long.

Another aspect of ergonomic office design involves desk layout: where everything goes on top of it so that tasks can be completed efficiently without causing strain on your muscles or joints throughout the day.

You can choose from our selection of tables, we especially recommend a highly functional RBM Connect or the flexible Phoenix by Offecct.

Once again, consider how much movement will occur while working in this space; if there aren’t enough outlets nearby where people will need them most often then they should probably be placed somewhere else instead! If possible try using tables instead since they’re lighter than desks which makes transporting easier when needed too – just remember not everyone wants one though since not everyone needs one either since some people prefer standing desks over sitting ones altogether due to convenience purposes only such as having limited storage space available within those areas.”


A room is a place where employees can relax, socialize and recharge. Whether it’s the kitchen or lounge area, this space should encourage interaction between coworkers. A room can also help to foster a sense of community in your office space!

Enjoying some time away from the desk is important for both productivity and mental health. A breakroom is a great way to accomplish this goal by giving people a chance to take a break from their work.

Kistan has a selection of room designs for you to choose from.

These are just a few of the ways you can design a co-sharing office space for collaboration. There are many others, and there’s no right way to do it. You need to consider what kind of workspace will best suit your company and its needs, as well as how much space you have available.

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