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High-Quality Workstations & Cubicles

Workstations are the optimal furniture solution for businesses due to their versatility, efficiency, and ability to enhance productivity. Designed to maximize space and functionality, workstations offer dedicated areas for employees to focus and collaborate effectively.


They promote organizational efficiency by providing structured workspaces that can be tailored to meet specific needs, whether for individual tasks or team projects. Additionally, modern workstations are ergonomically designed to support employee comfort and well-being, incorporating features like adjustable desks and ergonomic seating to reduce fatigue and promote long-term health. Overall, workstations provide a practical and ergonomic foundation that supports productivity, teamwork, and a positive work environment in any business setting.

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Open Plan Systems provides high quality new manufactured systems options at extreme value pricing. Our new manufactured systems feature all new U.S. products made to major manufacturer standards. Provide a modern designer look with our low panels, open or freestanding layouts, benching, desking, tile or modular walls. Our new manufactured systems also offer the added benefits of flexibility and selection, all at a significant cost-savings.

Evolution of the Workstation

Early 20th Century: The Birth of the Modern Office

In the early 1900s, office workstations were largely characterized by heavy, standalone wooden desks, often with attached filing cabinets. These desks were typically placed in rows within open-plan layouts, designed for efficient management oversight.

Mid-20th Century: The Rise of the Cubicle

The mid-20th century saw the introduction of the cubicle, famously popularized by Herman Miller’s Action Office in the 1960s. This innovation aimed to balance privacy and openness, providing employees with personal space while maintaining an open-plan office environment. 

Late 20th Century: Emphasis on Ergonomics

By the 1980s and 1990s, there was a growing awareness of ergonomics and its impact on worker health and productivity. Workstations began incorporating adjustable chairs, keyboards, and monitor stands to reduce strain and improve comfort. 

Early 21st Century: Technology Integration and Open Plan Revival

With the advent of the internet and the digital workplace, the early 2000s saw a resurgence of open-plan offices, this time emphasizing collaboration and communication. Workstations evolved to support multiple monitors, cable management systems, and integrated technology docks. Furniture designs became sleeker and more minimalist, reflecting the digital age's aesthetics.

Recent Trends: Flexibility and Collaboration

In recent years, workstations have become increasingly flexible and adaptable. The rise of remote work and co-working spaces has driven demand for versatile furniture that can be easily reconfigured. Sit-stand desks, mobile workstations, and modular furniture systems are now common, allowing workers to customize their environments. Additionally, there is a strong emphasis on sustainability and eco-friendly materials in furniture design.

The Future: Smart Workstations and Hybrid Environments

Looking forward, the integration of smart technology into workstations is becoming more prevalent. Features such as IoT-enabled desks, which can adjust height based on user preferences and track usage patterns, are emerging. The hybrid work model, combining remote and in-office work, is also influencing workstation design, emphasizing the need for versatile, technology-integrated solutions that support various work styles.

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Open Plan Razor
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Open Plan OPS2
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Groupe Lacasse Paradigm
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