Cubicle trend

The new trends in office interior design are smaller individual cubicle workstations, larger collaborative space and designated un-assigned "touchdown" spaces for mobile workers. Continental Title Group's Brian Resnick, left, Builder Divison Manager, Hal Resnick, right, Settlement Officer, and their co-workers work in their six-by-six cubicle work space in their new Baltimore office, which opened in January. The Strata Group, a real estate services company, is expanding into new office spaces at McHenry Row in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603012000" title="Locust Point" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/baltimore/locust-point-PLGEO100100603012000.topic">Locust Point</a> and has incorporated some of the new design trends.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Kenneth K. Lam / February 25, 2011 )

The new trends in office interior design are smaller individual cubicle workstations, larger collaborative space and designated un-assigned "touchdown" spaces for mobile workers. Continental Title Group's Brian Resnick, left, Builder Divison Manager, Hal Resnick, right, Settlement Officer, and their co-workers work in their six-by-six cubicle work space in their new Baltimore office, which opened in January. The Strata Group, a real estate services company, is expanding into new office spaces at McHenry Row in Locust Point and has incorporated some of the new design trends.

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