You might think that that the office is a relatively modern invention, cramming everyone into a single building on the premise that it makes us more productive and is cost effective, but if we look into the history of the modern workplace it can actually be traced all the way back to the East India Company which was founded in 1600! In this article we look at the evolution of the office and how it affects worker's productivity.
SAP Office Design – Gurgaon | The Blue Leaves Design Group The Blue Leaves Design Group designed the offices of software giant SAP, located in Gurgaon, India. The Office was designed around the concepts of Sustainability & Collaboration. It’s a 24×7 workspace. This was an office interior that we did for SAP — the world’s largest business […]
(Fourth of a four part series on Office Furniture Trends for 2012) During 2012, we’ll be designing more open offices than ever before, with fewer cubicles, and more common work areas. Cubicles sales peaked in 2000, when they accounted for … Continue reading →