Coffee mug-shaped cubicle is a cramped reminder of how much you hate your job
Dilbert made the regular cubicle a symbol of the oppressed, this thing is pure torture (especially for a six foot, two hundred fifty pounder like me).
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Brazilian designer Lucas Vieira isn't doing the common drone any favors. By cutting some corners on your average cubicle (which stack quite nicely in a grid, I might add), he's come up with a workspace the shape of a coffee mug. Called the Coffee Office Workstation, the compact space features a touchscreen computer, space for your laptop and a spot for coffee (you know, in a regular-sized mug). There's also what appears to be either a speaker system or an air conditioner toward the rear of the space.