What Are the Dimensions of Cubicles? What are the most typical cubicle sizes?
Let’s start with the Work From Home (WFH) office’s standard cubicle size. Cubicles may be somewhat perplexing! Steelcase, Herman Miller, Knoll, Haworth, Allsteel, and Hon, for example, all have their components and height requirements.
When it comes to cubicles, the sizes are provided in feet and based on the cubicles’ floor print. The most typical panel widths are 2′, 3′, and 4′.
The biggest single panel you’ll see is 5′. With this in mind, you could build a 6′ x 6′ with two 3′ panels or one 4′ panel and one 2′ panel. To help you visualize the various sizes, here is a graphic.
Cubicle sizes have shrunk and become shorter in recent years. There were more requests for 4′ x 2′ cubicles and fewer requests for 8′ × 8′ cubicles. We expect this to alter as an impact of Covid-19, with a return to larger, taller cubicles.
There has been pushback on the negative impact of open office spaces on employee productivity and office distractions, and now the necessity for social separation might be the last nail in the COVID design’s coffin.
It is our responsibility to keep current with office design trends. We can help you if you require a standard Cubicle size.