Our company is planning for an open-plan office to encourage collaboration and to promote transparency. But we have found few drawbacks to this open-plan office because,
> There won't be sufficient privacy in open workplaces. At the point when individuals need to have a private discussion or to invest some time working uninterrupted, it won't be possible in an open office.
> Open workplaces will be excessively noisy and distracting.
So we are searching for a solution to maintain the drawbacks that come with an open office. A few experts proposed introducing a glass partition walls as a superior arrangement. However, we have a few concerns regarding the glass walls. So that's the reason, I'm here today. Can glass walls fulfill the need of privacy without making people feel completely shut off from the rest of the office? What about spaces that need some visual privacy?
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