Reception desks are the first thing you see in hotel halls, in office or clinic offices. They have to match the style of the place they are in because they’re like business cards for the company. It is both an expression of the company’s culture as well as a workplace with specific ergonomic requirements. The reception has to be open and welcoming externally but reserved and functional internally. For this reason the order and the placement of the units (drawer units, filing cabinets, shelving), their functionality and workplace organization, and ergonomics are essential. Wiring conduits and electric boxes will help keep the workplace free from electric cables. Wall mounted storage will keep your desk tidy and keep everything organized. An ergonomic, height adjustable, castered swiveling chair will complete the workplace perfectly. The size and the spatial organization of the reception desk will be chosen on the basis of the available space within the hall and on the number of receptionists and their tasks. You can have linear, semi-circular, “L” or “C” shaped configurations.
The material covering the frontal part of the desk is very important because it’s the part that guests usually see. It must be pleasant and strain resistant. Wood, MDF, veneered panes, glass, acrylic stone are used to make reception desks beautiful.
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