Microsoft wants to redesign the office with Surface-powered ‘Creative spaces’

Microsoft wants to change the way you think of the office (no, not the software). The company today announced a partnership with Steelcase – a 105-year-old office furniture and design company – to show off its vision of futuristic office spaces where productivity and creativity go hand and hand. Naturally, they’re all powered by Surface devices. Rather than aiming for a one-size-fits-all solution, Microsoft and Steelcase are showing off five different ‘Creative Spaces’ which embody different work styles. I got a chance to give the sample rooms a quick visit in New York. The most interesting might have been the “Duo…

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