WSJ: Companies doing more with less office space

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It’s no secret: offices are getting smaller. In fact, one recent study found that the average square-footage-per-employee shrunk by 30% between 1995 and 2013.

The good news for office dwellers is that architects and designers are responding to the trend with increasingly creative floorplans, furniture installations and technologies.

The Wall Street Journal, on Wednesday, took a look at how some of the most innovative companies — including the Minneapolis-based advertising firm (and JLL client) OLSON — are doing more with less.

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