By: Teri Bernstein
ad for a workspace phone booth option YouTube
The open-plan cubicle layout for office workers has certainly become a classic design. But not everyone works most efficiently in this setting. Also, some transactions require more privacy than a cubicle can provide. Nevertheless, space is still at a premium and there are reasons to not give everyone their own permanent office.
Enter an office space that looks like a phone booth. Just like a phone booth, it is not a permanent home, but it serves its purpose when needed.
Also included among the options for the modern flexible office are:
I miss seeing phone booths on street corners...maybe they might find a new home in offices everywhere.
Source: "Don't Get Too Comfortable at that Desk," by Steve Lohr, New York Times, October 6, 2017.
You must be a registered user to add a comment. If you've already registered, sign in. Otherwise, register and sign in.