4 ways your office may change by 2025
from Fast Company
From Feb. 4:
In 1999, the movie "Office Space" lampooned the ubiquitous grey office cubicle. Fast-forward more than a decade and a half later, and tech companies are more likely to look like sleek open warehouses with lines of workstations and Aeron chairs or standing desks. But a combination of fast-moving technology, backlash against open-space floor plans, and other factors are influencing the office of the future. Looking forward to less than a decade from now, experts believe offices will undergo some changes, both in how they look and how people collaborate. The good news is that more companies and designers are paying attention to worker experience.
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