Eric Hoffman, principal and co-founder, wrote a great piece for Propmodo on open offices, workstations, and how good design can help make even the gloomiest workspaces come alive. Here’s a nugget from his post:
People want to be able to feel like they have ownership in a project—and be in an environment where they can talk and joke with peers and not worry about being penalized for it. Don’t let the words “open office” cause anxiety. There are numerous ways to still have plenty of light, privacy, and room to breathe, even in a space were the staff work in workstations. Good design ensures this.
To read the whole piece, go here.