100% open office spaces are what has led to a growing amount of backlash.
An open office environment with intentions to foster communication and collaboration was never also intended to have no variety of spaces: a place to duck into for a private call; a place to get away from your desk; etc.
So please, choose option 2, but not necessarily to separate your desk members, but to allow for different usage:
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On Mar 18, 2015, at 7:36 AM, Marc-Alain Guilbert [email protected] wrote:
I currently trying to decide between a fully open coworking space where there is no separations between desk versus one that has some seperation. What’s your experience with this?
Completely open space
Why I hesitate: People might be disturbing me. Having people talking or moving a lot in front of me might be distracting
Semi-open space with seperations between spaces
Why I hesitate: Not ideal for communication. Everyone is doing his own thing.
Have you ever had problems with one of these two?
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