With their headquarters largely empty amid the pandemic, tech companies are reconfiguring their open plan spaces to appeal to employees when they return, with opportunities for collaboration and focus.
The Wall Street Journal features the use of Nooks to create the new Dynamic Workspace, as designed by M.Moser Associates in their work for Okta in the article, “Goodbye, open office. Hello, dynamic workplace.”
Highlighting how tech companies are reconfiguring their open plan spaces to appeal to employees when they return to work, the piece explores how Okta’s new office layout focuses on collaboration and spaces that limit distraction.
According to an M.Moser spokesperson “The human collective is more powerful than ever before and we see the opportunity to greater elevate the purpose of the work environment.
As we look to support clients in rethinking future workplaces, there will be no one-size-fits-all solution. The dynamic workplace will provide more flexibility in how people can work when physically together along with a more responsible and strategic use of space.”
Read the full article HERE and enjoy some photos from the Okta office below.