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1960’s – The Emergence of Open Office Systems

Vintage Office

Inventor Robert Propst of Herman Miller is largely credited with creating open office systems, i.e., office cubicles and office workstations. There are others who subtly contributed to this as well, Charles Eames to name one. These men changed the face of office workstations, office chairs, and modular workstations. Eames created tandem…
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Herman Miller Challenges Students to Rethink the Office

Student Office Plan

FastCubes’ cubicles are clones of these famous Herman Miller cubicles that changed the world half a century ago. But before you think they’ve been asleep since then, know that this isn’t the case. Most recently, the Michigan furniture manufacturer started a contest among students of Cranbrook Academy of Art, asking them…
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