Westin Introduces Tangent, a Collaborative Meeting Space

By Jesse Sokolow on 12 March 2013
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A Westin Tangent meeting room

A Westin Tangent meeting room

Westin has introduced Tangent, a standardized collaborative space for small meetings.  The new space includes a variety of  technologies and resources that can be used by participants.

Tangent offers an interactive space with video conferencing options and floor-to-ceiling white boards.  Meeting attendees receive complimentary wired and wireless Internet and the room has flexible power outlets.

The meeting space also comes fully stocked with office supplies and printers.  TVs, Xbox 360s, and sound systems are also available in Tangent meeting spaces.

Tangent consists of both interactive and individual work zones, in a space of no more than 260 square feet (24 square meters).  The color pallet includes grey bases, with accents of amber, sapphire blue, and emerald.

Tangent is currently available at Westin properties in Boston and Arlington, Virginia, and will debut at Westin Grand Munich in Germany later this month.  Tangent will also become available at over 40 additional Westin hotels across the world this year.

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