7 October 2019
It can be easy to be dismissive about open plan designs in offices. You can probably recall your own experience of working in an open plan office for the first time, when ambient noise from work colleagues could have added up to what felt like an unhelpfully distracting environment.
However, it’s important to remember many of the merits of open plan offices compared to closed spaces. For example, without walls left, right and centre, workers can more freely communicate with each other for collaborative projects, while these spaces can also be easily adjusted over time.
Here’s a much more comprehensive rundown of why this choice of office design can, for your business, prove delightfully effective, rather than a mere, hype-driven gimmick.