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Think Privacy for Open Office Layouts That Work

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Open offices can be distracting and counterproductive. Those wanting to keep things collaborative, however, might consider a simple ‘ying-yang’ layout, according to Brian Shapland from Turnstone, a division of Steelcase furniture. Solutions like these encourage collaboration and ‘territorial privacy.’ Watch this quick video to learn more about the thinking behind it. 

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