cube farm
n. A collection of cubicles in an office.

Example Citation:
"The beloved Cube Farm began to crop up on our office landscape in the 1970s with what Haworth design manager Jeff Reuschel calls a 'noble purpose': replacing the 'bullpens full of desks' that were the norm back then with 'a more flexible, fluid solution.'"
—Dale Fuchs, "The OK Work Corral; New Breeds of Cubicles Keep Coming," The Commercial Appeal

This word appeared originally in Gareth Branwyn's Jargon Watch column (Wired magazine).

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