"There’s a fairly overwhelming array of workspace designs to choose from featuring everything from common spaces to cubicles. When planning office design, it helps to consider function and form together. "
"Some workplaces are embracing the trend of “perks,” the features of an office that aren’t directly associated with actually doing work. Think gaming stations, napping areas, basketball hoops, and other furnishings."
"Eiken envisions the use of creative textures and materials, technology integration, and mood and sensory stimuli to continue developing in the future. He also thinks we’ll see an increase in architectural products in offices at the expense of traditional construction items (moveable walls versus drywall, for example)."
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