As the world becomes more and more technology-driven, we are seeing more and more office spaces that allow for collaboration.
The collaborative office space is a long-term trend that has been happening in major cities such as London, New York City, and San Francisco for many years now.
It seems like the person who invented the idea of the “open office” wasn’t thinking about aesthetics or productivity. Instead, it was all about saving money in order to make workplaces cheaper to maintain over time. This “open office” layout not only saves money but also reduces workers’ stress levels by reducing their time spent on commuting and commuting traffic jams. However, there have been some negative effects of this new layout such as noise pollution and lack of privacy.
The office is the place where people spend most of their time. It is where they handle work and social obligations as well. While workplaces remain one of the largest contributor to global energy consumption, they also need to be more environmentally friendly in order to reduce emissions. This will happen with office redesign, which should be an ongoing process.