My New Cube at Intel’s Hawthorn Farm Campus

Today was the open house for those of us who will be moving into a remodeled floor at Intel’s Hawthorn Farm campus. I went, found my new cube, and took some pictures.1And enjoyed some live blues and some food. :-)

It doesn’t look much like the Intel Conan O’Brien visited a while back.2“Can you say lifeless environment?” No gray walls, no gray cubicles, no blue-gray carpeting.

It’s part of Intel’s continuing effort to have attractive, functional workspaces. The walls are a little higher than Intel’s first attempts at this, and there are more small, unreservable conference rooms.3These are awesome. If you can find an empty conference room you don’t need to worry that you’ll get bumped by someone with a reservation. It will look and sound a lot different next week when it’s filled with people, computers, and activity.

I think I’ll like it.4At least, I hope I’ll like it. Change can be fun. I’ll have to add a picture once I get moved in.

  • 1
    And enjoyed some live blues and some food. :-)
  • 2
    “Can you say lifeless environment?”
  • 3
    These are awesome. If you can find an empty conference room you don’t need to worry that you’ll get bumped by someone with a reservation.
  • 4
    At least, I hope I’ll like it. Change can be fun. I’ll have to add a picture once I get moved in.