1. Studio 53
Named after Studio 54 – the famous New York disco of the 1970’s which inspired it, this cubicle was designed to provide well-needed privacy to employees who work in open-concept offices which typify the modern workplace. Produced by Steelcase in 2006, the Studio 53 has the added advantage of being the same size as a standard office cubicle, which makes it easy to integrate into any workspace.
2. Google Zurich
Google’s workspace in Zurich was conceived after extensive consultation with the over 350 people who work there. What they came up with were cubicles designed to meet both the practical and emotional requirements of employees, allowing “Zooglers” to assume ownership of the space, and by extension, of their work. The design team at Camenzind Evolution made sure that they complimented individual cubicles with open spaces to accommodate work teams of various sizes and each floor of the office building is themed – for example, there are both Switzerland and Environmental floors.