Overall Occupancy Density (total NLA divided by headcount) shall be no higher than 16 m2
Open-plan work areas should feature as much natural light as possible by being situated around floor perimeters or close to atriums. Where possible, enclosed spaces, such as utility bays and meeting rooms, should be located in the core of the building, to maximize the use of those artificially lit areas. “The governing concept is to move away from the idea of the desk as an individual’s workplace to an ethos of ‘the whole building is my workplace.”
Where this is not practical, chief executives’ areas will need to be provisioned on an agency by agency basis. Second tier senior management immediate work areas should not exceed 15m2 and third tier senior management immediate work areas should not exceed 10m2
“Office design and fit-out need to focus more on supporting and encouraging mobility in the workplace.”
Ideally, formal meeting room designs should be flexible enough to be able to easily accommodate future equipment and changes in technology.
Meeting Room can be used in multiple functions as a Multi-purpose room.
Examples of uses:
Emergency Management use.
Outdoor area is an important place for users of the space as it creates a place for recreation and taking a break. It can be used for events and multiple purposes and it provides daylight and continuity with outdoor and nature for the indoor users
“Outdoor area helps to maximize the level of Creativity and Productivity”