Futuristic office design, how do you envision it?
In today’s business world, many office workers often find themselves traveling and working out of the office. London-based design student Julie Burdou, has designed a futurist office that allows workers to stop in and get their work done a few minutes at a time. As an office designer, Julie Burdou’s focus is on how the working world is, and how the right office interior design can help workers best use their time and energy.
WW is a high concept office space. There is no furniture and only clear glass walls. This simple design can be placed in an urban setting or meeting place, such as a shopping center or town square. It allows people to meet and work together or for strangers to work side by side, uninterrupted.
Virtual designs are projected from a portable case that the worker can carry with them. It is designed to be placed anywhere and is adaptable to any worker’s needs. A portable office is a great option for businesses who’s workers travel all over the world. The virtual wall allows the businessperson to project ideas and images. This is perfect for people who may need to set up a presentation at a moments notice.
The new office can also easily be shared by multiple workers, even if they do not know each other. It is designed to be able to fit into both small and large spaces, and to be able to accommodate the changing needs of businesses. Would you like to work in such office?
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