The office space has changed tremendously throughout recent decades. From the remote confines of the cubicle to mobile open-space work environments. Companies like Google and FourSquare are truly redefining the way we think of the workplace, with indoor swimming pools and “Herbivore” rooms within their offices. The infographic depicts how far we have come in terms of redefining conventional workspaces. In the 1950s Universal offices was the standard.

Managers worked in offices with windows and employees worked in open air bull pens. Then, in the 1964, the American furniture company Herman Miller created what would later become „The cubicle”. After years of recession, open space returned in the 1990s-2000s. Tech companies were the first that provided collaborative spaces where workers can choose how and where they want to work.



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