Thursday, February 12, 2015

The Office Cubicle Turns Fifty

The office work space continues to shift pushed by technology and the changing nature of the work itself.
One significant change in work is its increasing mobility, the ability to work remotely is reducing the amount of physical space needed for housing workers.

The office plan introduced in 1964 was designed by Robert Propst for Herman Miller was call the Action Office. Propst argued the office work was mental work and the environment should enhance that effort.

Article: The office cubicle: from commercial flop to best-selling design classic

Article: How the Open Office May Sabotaging Your Workday

Article: The Cubicle You Call Hell

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