Mollie Partesotti and Benjamin Alter created a thought-provoking animation which explains how work spaces need to be re-thought to ensure employee happiness.

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.

They explain:

The goal of Cubes Are Evil was to identify and examine the sea change greatly affecting the world of work. We believe that employees, companies, and the economy need to utilize current catalysts, such as technological innovation and behavioral changes, in order to proactively steer the change and progress that needs to be taken to work models.

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