Office furniture is being revolutionized and allowing spaces to be customized to suit the immediate needs of employees and projects.

Cubicle style workspaces have long provided fodder for many a dystopian view of office life set against the backdrop of beige carpeting and the hum of fluorescent lights. But as companies literally break down the wall that exist between workers in favor of more open designs, it appears this iconic piece of office furniture will soon be a thing of the past.

In today's competitive marketplace where innovative ideas are the true measure of success, companies are seeking ways to promote collaborative thinking and problem solving, activities that can be stifled in environments where employees are relegated to isolated spaces that limit interaction.

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