Trend: collaborative work space

The traditional office cubicle has dominated office design for decades.  However, today office design is shifting towards “collaborative” work spaces.  The reasoning is that designing floor plans that encourage employees to interact fosters a greater exchange of ideas and more effective problem solving.

How do we design an office to maximize employee interaction?  Setup comfortable interactive areas (think lounge chairs around a coffee table).  Move managers into open work areas.  Have a “war room” for groups of 9 or so equipped with all the tools and technology needed for sharing ideas and solving problems.

We have the expertise to help your business design collaborative work space, whether in your existing office or in a new  location.  Contact us at or visit our website:

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