The continuous evolution of the office
Office buildings are increasingly becoming a reflection of what we crave in our daily lives, which is a response to social movements and environmental challenges
The office is a fluid space greatly influenced by the requirements, values, technology and the culture of the time.
Throughout the years, it has gone through many transformations from the large private offices of senior management in the 1950s though to the private enclosed workstations in the 1990s and then to the more recent open plan, encouraging collaborative work.
Every decade, we can track a notable shift in how we interact with our places of...
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