Privacy Booths | Finding Solitude in the Open Office

We all seek solitude in the workplace, but is it obtainable in today’s open office? Increased collaboration and communication among employees, as well as significantly reduced overhead costs, have led to the widespread adoption of open concepts. We’ve discussed this popular trend on the blog, along with a serious cause for concern when implementing it: NOISE.…

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Privacy in the Open Office | Design Solutions for Improved Productivity and Comfort

On the heels of last week’s blog post discussing the open office and its impact on today’s workforce, we know that strategic workplace design is essential in maintaining individual and organizational productivity in these popular layouts. Collaboration and communication may be more easily attainable, but noise pollution and visual distractions will flood a poorly designed open…

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Sound Masking | An Investment in Acoustic Comfort

Noise pollution in open offices has reached epidemic levels, according to a recent study from Oxford Economics. Their interview of 500 senior executives and non-manager employees across multiple industries found that only 1% of workers are able to block out distractions and concentrate without taking extra steps in the office. While findings recognized the negative…

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