Work stations with a built-in treadmill and portable meeting rooms are just some of the developments that may become commonplace in the offices of the future.
Workplace technology has changed dramatically in recent years and the offices we work in are finally set to catch up. The advent of laptops, wi-fi and BlackBerries means that high-tech workers are no longer tethered to their desks, and the office of the future will be designed to let workers roam.
Dutch designer Michiel van der Kley has come up with Globus, a stylish spherical “podule” that looks like a piece of art, but is actually a mobile work station. Open it up, take a seat, switch on your laptop and you’re good to go. If you need to see a colleague you can take your laptop with you and talk shop sat at a ScooterDesk, an ultra-mobile mini work station by Belgian design firm Utilia. See what the offices of tomorrow will look like HERE.