The traditional office cubicle has its critics, many of whom see the boxy, partially enclosed workspace as the soulless symbol of wage-slave corporate misery
. (Of course, they don't have much to say about the office environment that preceded
the corporate cubicle farm.) The
office system reinvents the workspace by introducing brighter colors and eye-catching patterns. The translucent mesh walls encourage communication among worker bees--and give inveterate tent campers that comfortable in-the-woods feeling--at the price of reducing privacy a bit. But how much real privacy does a traditional cubicle give you anyway?