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The Man Who Invented the Cubicle Went to His Grave Hating What His Creation Had Become
Cubicle design was intended to give workers more freedom. Instead, it is seen as a symbol of the drudgery of office work and the control companies have over their employees.
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Now Evernote Wants to Help Organize Your Physical Life, Too
During its annual developer conference, Evernote launched a new line of desktop furniture.
Do You Need to Break Down the Cubicle Walls to Improve Performance?
The way your office is set up not only plays a role in company culture but also how employees function. Choose carefully.
Why It's Time to Redesign the Way We Think About Office Space
New workplace trends include movable walls, outdoor spaces and sometimes no office at all.
Why Twitter Bought Two Log Cabins From the 1800s
Twitter's acquisitions usually make headlines, but the company's latest purchase -- two log cabins -- may have you scratching your head.
Finding an Office Space Both You and Your Employees Love
Getting an office space is a huge milestone for your startup. But finding the ideal location shouldn't just be about what makes you happy. As the founder, you also need to consider your team.
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This Desk Helps Keep You Healthy By 'Breathing'
A smart desk that moves up and down for sitting or standing, and keeps tabs on how many calories you burn through the day.
Rethink Your Office Design: Designing a More Effective Workspace
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