It has never been easier for workers to collaborate – or so it seems. Open space, flexible, activity-based transfer cubes, make people more visible. Messages replace phone calls, making people more accessible. Virtual meeting software replaces direct meetings, making people always present.
The architecture of collaboration hasn’t changed so quickly since technological advancements in lighting and ventilation make tall office buildings feasible, and one can argue that it has never been as efficient as before. Designing a workplace for interaction between two or more individuals or collaboration to work together, never seems to run out of ideas.
A comfortable workplace is not too large so you can easily reach needed objects such as files or printers. This room is also not closed and this is good for launching interactions between workers.
WHITE COMFY WORKING SPACE
When you are in the office, the office must be able to provide a comfortable environment so that you can work more optimally.
This cubicle office model looks very comfortable with the dominance of the white color and the boundaries between workspaces that are not too closed to facilitate communication and coordination.
THE ALMOST PRIVATE CUBICLE ROOM
This cubicle has a barrier wall which is somewhat higher but not too closely. While inside of this workspace there is a table that surrounds it by placing a monitor screen in the corner.
THE SEMI CUBICLE
This workspace is semi cubicle because you can still see your coworkers at the end of the table, but still, this room has skating and every table is equipped with a locker as your privacy.
This box-shaped workspace is very smart in separate spaces. This room uses a file cabinet to separate one worker’s room from another worker.
CHARMING WORKING PLACE
Beautiful office space, with a white cubicle divider and this office, has a beautiful chandelier, making the office feel not only formal but also elegant and charming.
ALL WHITE WORKSPACE
A workspace that is completely white, with skates that are not too firm. Skat only separates between workers’ desks, while they are still free to move in the same room.
DARK WOOD WORKING SPACE
Comfort is the main thing to help in completing high-quality work. Making your workspace as comfortable as you are at home is an idea that needs to be realized for maximum work results.
PRIVATE GLASS CUBICLE
One way that you can work more optimally is to create a comfortable atmosphere in your work area. You need a place to think deeply, a calm and peaceful place. So a closed cubicle like this is more supportive to meet your needs at work.
While this workspace, no skating at all. An elongated work table with two chairs and a desk lamp. while behind the work desk, there is a table that can be used for small meetings.
Over the past fifteen years, cubicles have slowly disappeared from the work environment. The open office model replaces the cube system as the best formula for workplace synergy, which aims to enhance collaboration and exchange of ideas. But of course, whether it is in the form of cubicles or open offices all have advantages and disadvantages of each. Now it’s up to you, what kind of work environment you want to build in order to achieve maximum results.
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