How often does furniture go unused? What if it could go where its need it! How exactly did we get the modern open office? The history of this strange social experiment is a timeless tale of good intentions ruined by pragmatic compromises. Starting from the Typing Pool in pre 1960, furniture and duty of the office were complete separate, as a response we witness the evolution from the Herman Millers Action Office, the Open Plan, The Cubicle Land, the Partition Land and nowadays the Free Land. Yet as more of our furniture are becoming autonomous, it begs the questions as to the future of the office. Which leaves us to the question, if our furniture can self organize, what kind of office will this create? and how does architecture evolve to accommodate this new agents and its mobility?!