While designing the interior of an office, there are many important things to be taken care of so that the workers would feel comfortable and happy with where they are working, only then will they be able to work in their full potential. It is also important to keep them in an environment where there is least distractions from other outdoor noises and sights so that they may concentrate. To do this, it is impossible to give individual rooms to each and every employee in a big company. So the desired privacy is maintained with the use of cubicles. Cubicles are cube or sometimes semi-cube shaped partitions between workers without a top or sometimes a side.
The use of Cubicles
Office cubicles first created by a designer called Robert propst under the name Action Office II. Since then it has undergone many changes in its design and the way it’s used. Office cubicles are now a common sight in an open space in a company which is placed uniformly and conservatively so that maximum number of workers can be assigned there. An Office cubicles typically includes a desk which has a computer, keyboard, mouse and a phone mounted on them. There are also drawers and other types of spaces to store stuff under the desk. Installing office cubicles creates a uniformity across the work hall and everyone can stay connected while maintaining a certain level of privacy. There are many designs of cubicles existing now in many sizes and also the ones with attractive designs.