Office furniture manufacturer Steelcase is facing the dilemma of contemporary offices that lean more on open spaces and less on furniture. It’s all part of the open office movement. Little doubt that contemporary workers like the freedom to roam about the office, but Steelcase is finding they also would like some privacy, if only to get some work done. With workers building makeshift cocoons to at least temporarily seal themselves from googly-eyed co-workers, Steelcase has come up with a fabricated solution that creates spaces that are more collaborative and more productive, without sacrificing the privacy employees need to get things done, according to Fast Company.