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If they have in fact been found to be useful, perhaps one idea to refine this a bit would be to use floor marking symbols like dashes, dots or corners. They're less aggressive looking but still provide some Set in Order and Standards. http://www.the5sstore.com/maforco.html On another note, typical color standards utilize red/white for fire hazards or equipment such as a fire extinguisher. Just food for thought.
Actually the Floor tape at chairs introduced to keep the chairs in it's place after the usage by guests.
I personally do not see the need for marking the "chair area", or the cubicle outlines. The chair outlines are inconsistent with the actual atmosphere of a working office space. Perhaps if these desks and chairs were never used, there would be a necessity to mark where they should be stored. Are the cubicles randomly and frequently moved at all? My opinion of "tape happy"....
I think marking around chairs is for 'not used' situation, while using chair one has to take it out of marked zone which I think is not suitable.
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