In today’s modern work environment, open-plan offices have become increasingly popular. While they offer many benefits, such as collaboration and flexibility, they can also create challenges for employees who require a quiet space to work. Unwanted noise, distractions, and a lack of privacy can all negatively impact productivity and well-being. Acoustic partitions offer a practical solution to these problems by creating a quiet space that can improve privacy and reduce noise levels. In this blog post, we will explore how acoustic partitions can help create a quiet space in the workplace.
JEB Group has partnered with Michael Young Studio to present the Cabin, a multi-functional and soundproof space designed to promote wellness in the workplace. With switchable glass panels, the Cabins are perfect for meetings, phone calls, or casual conversations. Interiors include indirect LED lighting and air circulation with an “Airgle” air purifier, promoting a sense of wellbeing. Eco-friendly materials are used, such as recycled PET bottles for the exterior and formaldehyde-free, 100% recycled eco board for the tables.
While an open and collaborative workspace can help increase collaboration and communication, it can pose a negative impact on individual work and work that requires focus. Individual work still accounts for a large portion of a workday.