Why is it that the folks who distain window views always get the window seats in offices and on planes?
And why do they also presume to assume blind control over windows that are beyond their assigned space?
(and no...glare isn't an issue here).
Windows with closed blinds in the morning hours always makes me think of sickrooms and elderly people who fear strangers would be looking in with evil intent.
I think my co-work has plotted as well. A sign is posted in that cube space instructing visitors that a noise cancelling headset is in use, and to please tap on a shoulder to initiate conversation.
Let's see...closed blinds, and reason to be inattentive.
I'd call that a perfect set up for creating an employer sponsored napping room.
(For me a view out a window is like water and air to my soul. Why those who dislike windows get them, and those who like windows don't get them is part of what makes work space assignments so bewildering).