LITTLETON, Colo. — Kids are returning to the classroom, but what will work look like for adults when it's time to return to the office?
Traditional cubicles and conference rooms may have to change. But MojoDesk and its domed work space is made for the changing environment.
"A lot of architects and companies are busy trying to figure out how to reshuffle their office to give us social distancing and spacing," said MojoDesk President Barry Carson.
His Littleton-based company builds sturdy adjustable work stations in a variety of shapes and sizes. But now they include an adjustable dome for when you need privacy and protection. It's called the MojoDome.
"With the MojoDome, we can keep a relatively dense format, and we can have our distancing and our protection between people," Carson said.
With the flip of a switch, the MojoDome moves up or down. So you can collaborate with it open, or close it to focus on other work. And, it has memory settings if you share the space with coworkers.
"With the lighting — you can adjust it," Carson said. "You can dim it so each person can have their own personal brightness level that they're comfortable with. And, you can turn it off and on."
You can also sit or stand depending on your preference.
The MojoDome is designed to meet you when and how you return to work.
"When you come back to the office, we want you to feel safe and comfortable," Carson said. "The coronavirus has put the stake in the heart of the open office."
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