Michael Jantzen's 'E-Scape Personal Work Spaces' make for a unique office building that can be re-arranged as the user sees fit.
As with all of the other creations in this eco artist's lineup, this self-contained, swirly workspace is made from environmentally conscious materials to reduce the impact on the planet. All of the wood and fabric used in these structures is sustainably grown and Eco-friendly.
The most interesting part about these novel takes on the traditional cubicle is that they can be re-assembled multiple times to fit the needs of the specific worker. This eliminates the need to reconstruct a whole new space when a new employee comes on to the staff or when the current employee needs something that functions a bit differently from the area they are presently working out of.
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E-scape Personal Work Spaces Can Be Arranged in Multiple Ways
- By: Sarah MooreMay 20, 2012