Ensuring to keep workers detached from the sneezes and banter of daily office life is a bubble desk designed by a French company.
It protects the worker under a plexiglas dome, cutting them off from the rest of their colleagues.
The bubble desk created by French firm Christian Pottgiesser comes as part of a complete office design that includes a giant communal desk, eight Ficus Panda Trees, a cloakroom and a kitchen, the Daily Mail reported.
It ensures you don't catch office germs, but you may need to step outside if you want to talk to a colleague.
The idea behind the bubble desk is that it offers the worker privacy while still being connected to a large, communal desk.
So far two French companies, Pons and Huot have taken on the new office design.