James Busuttil

Design Consultant, Dex Workspaces

James Busuttil has been a sales and design consultant at Dex Workspaces for two years. He has over five years of experience in sales, particularly in the furniture industry. At Dex, he specialises in office furniture, handling small purchases from individual customers to major projects of corporate organisations.

How to do more with less

Monday 30th January 2017

If you live in a shoebox, or even a larger apartment but alone, having a lot of furniture is impractical. Likewise, if you are an architect, designer or project manager, it is important to keep a space-efficient and breathable workspace. By owning fewer pieces of furniture and opting for more multi-purpose items, you can save on space and money while building a productive workspace.

Moreover, a more functional choice of office furniture will secure and maximise your return on investment. Working towards creating a neater, more flexible office space not only means spending less money on furniture, but also creates a space better fit for doing business.

Unsure how to go about this? DEX Workspaces is happy to help.

There are a few ways you can make a workspace more functional and appealing. Your office space can integrate cleverly hidden storage units for files and paperwork. The proper desk can be used for work, and also quickly converted for meetings.

For flexible, high-quality office furniture, DEX Workspaces is your go-to. Our multi-purpose desks are a neat way to combine practicality and multi-functionality while maximizing on space, both in the office and at home.

Spending a lot of time working at your desk means you need a creative, functional set-up. Office desks and workstations that come with drawers and extra features are another great way to make the most out of your furniture. No space is wasted with our collection of modern workstations.

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