Despite the rise in open-concept office designs, cubicles remain popular in businesses all around the world.

Unlike open-concept designs that often have employees sharing large workspaces, cubicles provide employees with a space of their own. While they don’t have nearly the same level of prestige that the corner office offers, cubicles can at least give employees some of the privacy they crave.

Invented by the furniture company Herman Miller more than 40 years ago, cubicles are those tiny workspaces that are partitioned off by a series of panels. They are designed to save space while also giving employees a bit of privacy.

When choosing cubicles today, businesses have quite a variety to pick from. They can vary in size, shape and color. There are also options for low walls to create an open work environment, or high walls to give employees more privacy.

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