My company recently built a new building which my colleagues and I have been reassigned to. It incorporates a number of modern workplace design features. One of these features are small meeting rooms (two or three per floor) where we can have impromptu meetings, or where supervisors who do not have an office can speak privately with employees. The company is calling these rooms enclaves. That doesn’t sound right, and I’m wondering if it’s an architectural term, of if the powers that be are thinking of another, more appropriate word to describe these rooms. Perhaps it’s just a new way of using an old term. To me, an enclave is like the Vatican, or maybe Chinatown. Can anyone think of a better word?