This Futuristic Office Design Lets Strangers Work Side by Side

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: Jun 17, 2014 • References: fastcoexist
This futuristic office space is intended for the mobile urban workforce. Conceived by London-based design student Julie Burdou, WW is a network of tiny offices that could be spread across the city, allowing mobile employees to stop in and get work done for a few minutes when they are on the go.

The RSA Student Design Award-winning concept allows workers to connect as a community without a definitive location or staff. The futuristic office spaces function similarly to today's internet cafes, but are designed for more human interaction. The structure consists of a simple glass wall or cube, allowing everyone to see each other while they work. Rather than feeling isolated at Starbucks, the community-building office spaces allow people to connect more. Stats for Community-Creating Workspaces Trending: Older & Mild
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