Some highlights from the October 10, 2017 article in the Seattle Times:

“New office designs are meant to cater to the variety of tasks required of modern white-collar workers. Put another way, it means people don’t sit in just one place.”

“The new model is largely open, but not entirely. Under the revised thinking, breaking down walls to bring people together is good, but so are “team spaces” and standing tables, comfortable couches and movable walls.”

“The new designs are not about looks. They are an attempt to adapt to the spread of internet-era digital technology — and its hurry-up ways — in every industry. Space drives behavior, experts say, and the goal of the new designs is to hasten the pace of sharing ideas, making decisions and creating products.”

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