Best tech job I ever had, I got an office. With a door. One of only four along a short corridor. Best of all, no Windows! (Yep, a joke: My computer ran A Red Hat Linux distro… but also the office had no window to the outside.)
I interviewed once at Intel in Beaverton OR. The interviewer was a tech person who took me to his cubby. Enter the main room, walk to the 7th N-S alley, walk North past the first two E-W alleys then count to 7 and turn right into his cubby which was one, of about 180 or so, I believe. I asked why he didn’t have some artwork on the wall to make it easier to find his spot. “Not encouraged”. I asked if he had hopes of ever getting a window spot. “Not worth it. Those cubbies are right on the route between the next cubby farm and the lunch room. Noisy.” It was preternaturally quiet there.
I feel fortunate that they never made me an offer. It might have been my enthusiasm for a chip architecture that they weren’t supporting (RISC).