The inventor of the cubicle we know today was Robert Propst, a designer at Herman Miller. He invented the first cubicle in 1967 it was called the Action Office II (AO2) as a solution to accommodate the changing needs of the office employee. The goal was to define an office space capable of meeting an employees changing needs while allowing them some privacy and the capability of personalizing their work area, all without taking up to much room.
All these years later companies are still utilizing this great invention. Here are a few things you should know to help you design your cubicle layout to help complement the type of atmosphere you wish to achieve.
# 1 – RECOMMENDED HEIGHT
# 2 – ROLES
Cubicle office layout can be a big undertaking for several reasons; space restrictions, accessibility, lighting, noise, providing power for the cubicles. One should consider the various roles that their employees play at the organization.
Noise is usually the number one complaint in an office environment.
# 3 – FLOW
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