The open-office concept is dead
From May 19:
Invented in 1950s Germany, the idea of creating a workspace free of dividing walls only took off in the U.S. within the last decade, spreading from tech startups to more established industries such as advertising, media, and architecture. By tearing down literal barriers, the thought was that creativity and productivity would skyrocket, but it didn’t exactly play out this way.
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