Do We Really Hate Open Offices That Much?
Chris Wong, Architect, C-Arch Architecture and Design
Remember that time companies would spend a fortune on open-office layouts, only to discover that face-to-face interactions decrease by 70% in open-office plans? Well it seems that workers in open spaces quickly develop psychological fourth walls, conceptual boundaries that protect their public solitude.
Produced by: Christine Wong
Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Jeff Sandhu, & Freda Liu
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