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newyorker.com - 24 readers, 12 Tweets - In 1973, my high school, Acton-Boxborough Regional, in Acton, Massachusetts, moved to a sprawling brick building at the foot of a hill. Inspired by architectural trends of the preceding decade, the classrooms in one of its wings didn’t have doors. The rooms opened up directly onto the hallway, and tidbits about the French Revolution, say, or Ben...
newyorker.com - 13 readers - A growing body of evidence suggests that the open office undermines the very things that it was designed to achieve.