Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
Quartztook to Twitter to survey folks who work in open office spaces – and share a few tricks they’ve found to soothe those open-office nightmares.
From 1930’s Taylorism to the workplace of the future, Thrive Global investigate the office and how it’s floorplan affects its workers and their wellbeing.
The open office trend shows few signs of abating. Canadian Business shares why modern offices should offer more privacy.
While typical coworking spaces are either purpose-built or repurposed office spaces, Arch Daily shares examples of unusual architectural typologies which have been repurposed to serve as spaces of collaboration and work.
Dezeenreports American design retailer Death by Modernism has created an emoji set so that mid-century-design fans can send small pictures of works by Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen and Hans J Wegner.