Private Offices

Nice and Quiet. The Private Office Reimagined.

Even though open floor plans are gaining ground in the modern workplace, the need for individual offices is still a necessity for many organizations. The difference is that the traditional private office often created artificial barriers for employee interaction and included large, heavy furniture. Today’s well-planned private space recognizes a changing work dynamic and offers better form and function.

Steelcase research shows that new strategies for planning private offices, leveraging technology and supporting the diverse ways people work today, can make the private office more effective. Not only for the people who work in these offices but for the organization overall.