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Cubes Are Evil: The Changing Way We Work

Cubes Are Evil: The Changing Way We Work
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Mollie Partesotti and Benjamin Alter created a thought-provoking animation which explains how work spaces need to be re-thought to ensure employee happiness.

Plus Aziz
  • 30 september 2009

While at the VCU Brand Center, Mollie Partesotti and Benjamin Alter created a thought-provoking animation which explains how work spaces need to be re-thought to ensure employee happiness. Showing how dehumanizing workspaces, such as cubicles, are at odds with both well-being and the way we work now, the duo artfully explores the domain of the modern workplace.

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