Modern Ottawa offices changing how companies work
“We are seeing office environments where there is dedicated space for collaboration, for whiteboard sessions, for cafes and for interactive space,” says Toon Dreessen, president of Architects DCA and past-president of the Ontario Association of Architects. “We are now creating spaces where people can come together and solve problems and they are not stuck at a boardroom table.”
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Cubicles and generic floorplans are becoming an increasingly rare sight in some corners of Ottawa. A new generation of companies are no longer interested in an open-concept work environment filled with individual desks. Instead, architects are challenging business owners to look at that big empty floor plate in a whole new way.