Sunday June 7, 2020

What will our offices look like in a post-Covid world?

Six-foot offices, exchanging keys for mobile access, and an end to open-plan are just some of the ways in which offices could be transformed when the coronavirus crisis finally ends

10th May, 2020
Cushman & Wakefield‘s Six-Feet Office design in Amsterdam includes printed floor circles, desk barriers and one-way office paths

This lockdown could go on for weeks and even months, but it has to end some time. Right?

When the world returns somewhat to normal, no doubt many of us will be returning to our offices, sweeping dust off our monitors and dumping dead pot plants in the bin. What remains to be seen, though, is how different our offices and work lives will be once that happens.

While so much of this is still...

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