Walls on Wheels, Movable Pods, and Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web. 

Workplaces are more flexible than ever, with movable walls, furniture on casters and other kinetic elements. The design firm M Moser has an office in the Woolworth Building in Lower Manhattan that exemplifies the trend. Credit M Moser via NYT.
  • The New York Times writes that designers are adding kinetic elements to office spaces to provide more flexibility and accommodate greater collaboration.
  • Tim Oldman, CEO of Leesman, discusses via On Office the implementation of workplaces that maximize employee efficiency.
  • The Economic Times India shares the science behind the rush for ‘cool’ offices.
  • According to HR Dive, younger workers driving co-working office trend.
  • When visitors enter the Prague offices of DDB, they’re unknowingly met with an optical illusion that forms the creative agency’s logo. Check out the project on Design Milk.
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