Of course, work implies a place to work, so we must now turn to the office of the future. The example above from 1964 is a classic of Space Age thinking. Note the clean, crisp lines. Observe the geometric order, the subtle blending of technology and architecture. Also notice that all the furniture is bolted to the floor so that if your chair is a bit too close to the desk, it's your fault if you didn't bring an oxyacetylene cutting torch.
Not that it was all trendy modernism. The company that commissioned this also had an eye for economy. We cut out the armrests and passed on the savings to you!