FIS recently hosted a round table event to discuss the shift to meeting pods and the significance of acoustic performance in their selection.

Demountable and relocatable partitioning systems were the go-to when it comes to dividing commercial spaces into offices meeting rooms and small study areas.

However, the market for meeting pods has rapidly gained traction. A larger, more practical structure than the office phone booth, the meeting pod is proving itself to be a worthy contender. They provide workers with a refuge for private meetings, phone calls, video conferences, or a private space for tasks which require concentration, or health and wellbeing concerns.

In this article, the panel discussed the post-covid workplace and the heightened concern of compliance and specification, and the ambiguity surrounding acoustic test data.

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