Breaking Down the Walls - The Era of Collaboration

Retirees would have a hard time recognizing the modern work environment. It’s no longer about achieving that “corner office” where you might look forward to closing yourself off from the rest of the world and enjoying a little solitude. Remember in Seinfeld how George had a carpenter turn his desk into a suitable sleeping area, complete with a little shelf for an alarm clock? Well, in 2013 the workspace is far too open, collaborative, interactive and health-conscious to dream of such an idea. I suppose it depends on the individual whether or not this style of work is appealing, but this trend is ever-increasing and evolving, leaving us to believe that the walls are not going back up anytime soon.

Be inspired. 

Uniquely yours, 

The Staff at Savvy

OMA for Knoll  ”Tools for Life” Collection. The collection addresses the “increasingly blurred boundaries between working and living space by being kinetic rather than static.”

OMA for Knoll  ”Tools for Life” Collection. The collection addresses the “increasingly blurred boundaries between working and living space by being kinetic rather than static.”

 Collaborative seating at Teknion. “Teknion creates furniture that connects people, technology and spaces.”

 Collaborative seating at Teknion. “Teknion creates furniture that connects people, technology and spaces.”

More collaborative seating at Steelcase.

More collaborative seating at Steelcase.