Neuehouse is changing the way we interact with our work spaces and blurring the distinction between work and play

The workspace revolution that the tech pioneers of northern California started, Neuehouse has continued in New York, as Managing Director James O’Reilly explained at the PSFK 2015 conference.

Gone are the archaic notions of the lifelong dedicated company man, the nine-to-five grind, and the stratification of management into nicer and nicer offices:

Stepping out of today’s corporate elevator, we’re now greeted with glorious open-plan offices, rustic furniture designed by 19th century woodsmen, and perhaps even a dedicated office barista if we’re lucky. Nonetheless there still stands that wall between work and play, profession and leisure. Though this is Berlin in 1989, and Neuehouse is holding a sledgehammer.

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