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The contemporary open office work environment has to fulfill a plethora of needs, from function to comfort. Some offices offer employees more traditional, permanent workstations, while others opt for a high degree of mobility, and need a more creative workspace model.
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The C9 Rail is a power, voice, and data delivery system that is sleek in design and revolutionary in its function. When less density is required, the C9 Rail can pivot to provide occupants with greater enclosure and expansive sight-lines while simultaneously minimizing the health risk of face-to-face interactions. When the time comes to increase density in the office, straightening the rail allows for more occupants without the need to increase power, voice, and data infrastructure, all while maintaining recommended distancing guidelines.
Cirrus 10, a Seattle e-Commerce consulting firm, knew its new downtown high-rise location deserved a modern, visually interesting design. Miro desks and tables, Seven workbenches plus Bahn and ZO storage components helped achieve just that, with functionality and thoughtful details for a delightful user experience. Broderick Architects worked with Cirrus 10 to select "a darker & visually dynamic palette for the spaces more frequently visited by guests (waiting area, conference room, and partner offices) and a more vibrant and uplifting palette for the other spaces (work areas, small offices, meeting rooms, and employee lounge).”
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There’s a lot to love about an optimized open office. The setup can promote collaboration, communication and innovation at fast-paced companies, and provide a perfect physical space for organizations that have strong virtual components to their operations. Tech companies in particular – including Apple, whose new $5 billion headquarters is designed around open-concept seating – are often strong proponents of the idea.
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