What Workers Want
People know what they don't  want at work - a sea of bland, uniform spaces where ideas go to die.  
In fact, a recent Steelcase study of global office workers found that although 77 percent of people have their own assigned workstation, the vast majority - 87 percent - spend two to four hours every day working someplace else. 

Why are people migrating away from their desks? 
What kind of spaces are they looking for? 

As it turns out, monotony is a huge motivator - just over half of people (51 percent) say they need an escape from working in the same place during their day, whether they were alone or with others. They're also seeking deeper relationships with colleagues, and 43 percent believe informal spaces can help build more trust. 
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