Originally posted on Gigaom:

As more and more people use the internet to make their work mobile and free themselves from being shackled to the office, it’s not just workers’ lifestyles that are going to change – our physical work spaces are bound to as well.

As we’ve covered before, when more workers spend more time away from company headquarters, the size of offices may shrink. But will campuses change in any other ways?

It’s a question that the MIT Technology Review tackled recently via a photo gallery of innovative offices built to serve a more mobile and collaborative workforce. The photos are worth checking out at the magazine’s site, but what general lessons can be gleaned from taking a look?

Giant conference rooms give way to smaller collaboration spaces. MIT cites Microsoft’s (s MSFT) newly renovated offices in Redmond, Washington as an example of this trend. “Pods” helps small teams there come…

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