Cubicle Desk and the Chicken and Egg. Ah, the enduring question of which came first has long been asked, yet never definitively answered. At least for some. At least until now. At least for the cubicle and desk.
First - the office desk is a fundamental fixture of modern workspaces, with a history that goes back much further than you might expect. While the modern desk designs we know today can be traced back to ancient Egypt, their development and evolution have been shaped by technological advancements, cultural norms, and changing work habits.
The origins of the cubicle office space can be traced back to the early 1960s when Robert Propst, an industrial designer, was hired by Herman Miller (now Miller Knoll, a Michigan-based furniture manufacturer, to develop a new office furniture system. Propst's goal was to create a more efficient and flexible workspace that would improve productivity and morale among workers. Talk about setting a high goal.
Our desking system resolves the cubicles vs open office conundrum and offers a best-of-both-worlds workspace that is durable and practical. It was engineered to achieve the ideal ergonomics desk setup and designed to ensure that everything you need for a productive day of work is within arm's reach. With the right office task chair you’ll be set for a comfortable optimized workflow.
There are only 4 decisions you need to make based upon these 4 variables:
1st The geometrical shape of your cubicle desktops: I, L or U shape
2nd The height of the cubicle panels, available at either 47” or 67”
3rd The desk storage units that best serve your needs: overhead storage, under surface or both
4th Integrated electrical power at the panel base or non-powered
Cubicles with integrated