This is the ultimate anti-open office
from Fast Company
Open offices are here to stay, regardless of the science that decries them. Like it or not, they’re the most cost-efficient way to cram as many employees into a space as possible. The interior design studio Casework attempted an anti-open office for the design and technology agency Work & Co in Portland, Oregon. The firm’s design features smart acoustics to keep things quiet, a communal cafe-like kitchen and library, and a total lack of typical office gimmicks that might keep people around after-hours. The result? While the office’s layout is still an open plan, the ethos is decidedly anti-open office.
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