Workplaces are eveolving to make them more creative, healthful and supportive of collaborative generation
They’ve been labeled the “Creative Class” and “Generation Y” — a legion of younger knowledge workers who don’t know life without cell phones, were raised with computer games and iPods, and came of age in classrooms where collaborative learning and group projects were the norm.

In many ways, the emergence of this technologically savvy group has transformed the way business is done. So it should come as no surprise that offices are changing to meet their desire for more comfort, flexibility, teamwork and an eye for the environment. That means low walls, more windows, open spaces and relaxed furniture that’s flexible enough to be used for multiple purposes.
Click here to Sign In or Register to view the entire article.