Recreating the Modern Office Space

Key Insights:

  • The pendulum for open office concepts is swinging back towards increased barriers due to the pandemic.
  • The pandemic created an unforeseen shift in consumer demands for office space.
  • Flexibility is key in creating the workplace of the present and future.

From the cubicle to open space and back again? The early to mid-2000s saw a transformation of the office space that moved away from high walls and cubicles of the 80s and 90s to open concept spaces. But what those trends could not account for was a global pandemic.

Bryce Stuckenschneider, President & CEO, Loftwall, is seeing a reverse trend occurring, with businesses rethinking the workspace between employees and co-workers. And with companies beginning to navigate the waters of employees returning to the office, it’s a problem that needs solving.

Companies need tools to recreate and redesign office space on the fly without all the expense and disruption of construction. Stuckenschneider says products like Loftwall’s are gaining popularity with companies looking to create offices in a space that may require different purposes now than they might down the road.

Flexibility is the key here, and more adaptable office space could bring together the present and the future. For more industry insights, stay tuned to MarketScale.com.

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