Open office floor plans are great, but sometimes you need privacy for delicate phone calls or concentrating on difficult tasks. In today's post we will discuss the benefits of an open floor plan, the importance of privacy, and how you can achieve both.

Even if you have never worked in an open office, odds are you have seen one in a photo, movie, or TV show. While the noise level can be up, an open floor plan offers increased interaction and workflow, decreased clutter, and a modern look. Who wouldn't love an environment in which it is easy to discuss work that needs to be done, and allows the flow of work to pass along seamlessly? While the benefits of an open floor plan are real, they also have their drawbacks.

Literally tearing down walls is a great way to foster interaction and reduce clutter, but when you need to concentrate or have a private conversation an open floor plan can make that difficult. In these very real situations, privacy is a must to truly open up and get things done. While open and closed work-spaces seem like polar opposites, today's technology is always leading to solutions to new problems.frameless glass wall system

So how can you acquire increased interaction, seamless workflows, and privacy in your work space? Cover Glass USA’s frameless glass wall systems provide the ability to open up your desk to the energy of therest of your office, while still allowing you to create a sound barrier from the office chatter during important conversations and brainstorms.

Don't choose between an open floor plan OR an isolated one, choose both. Learn more about the benefits of our frameless glass wall systems, and contact Cover Glass USA for more information.

 

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