In past decades, when industrialization processes hadn’t known the digital age and the presence of computers in office spaces was non-existent, the aesthetics of the rooms in which companies operated used to convey a feeling of more rigor, as they were environments where staff had very basic cubicles with access to a phone, a desk, and a typewriter. Currently, some resources such as the Princeton desks are a spectacular source of support to reorganize these spaces so that they’re much more professional and functional.
Installing cubicle systems and modular desks is still a very common technique among companies today, especially in this current digital age in which companies of all kinds work with electronic equipment that requires less space but more sources of power and connectivity. However, furniture designs like this one, presented by Global Furniture Group, have increasingly leaned towards a modern, highly functional, minimalist style, focused mainly on the efficient use and exploitation of technology. It’s rare today to find desks full of papers and folders, but it’s much more typical that they’re full of monitors, peripherals, and electronic devices. The furniture has been adapted to this practical work style, and it’s a trend that can be found in the offices of any current company.