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How Co-Working Office Design Will Change The Future Of Work

How Co-Working Office Design Will Change The Future Of Work
Design

PSFK's Consulting team looks at how businesses are embracing a more communal approach to office design as a way to cater to the shift toward mobile work styles and encourage greater workplace transparency.

Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 2 june 2012

After analysis of hundreds of data points collected around the evolution of work and collaboration, the PSFK Consulting Team noticed that businesses are embracing a more communal approach to office design as a way to cater to the shift toward mobile work styles and to encourage greater workplace transparency. By removing walls and cubicles in favor of more open floor plans, businesses are hoping to stimulate productivity and innovation in a communicative environment where spontaneous interactions can happen across disciplines and teams. This new approach to office flow is also meant to empower individual employees by giving them the flexibility to work wherever, however and with whomever they choose.

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