Many Americans are weeks, if not months, from returning to their offices and regaining a semblance of a normal workday. Given the recent layoff and furlough announcements, many are wondering whether they will even have a job after the dust settles.
But building owners and company leaders — and those who help them manage properties and design workplaces — have begun to anticipate the time when the shelter-in-place orders are lifted and people start heading back to the office. Those in the midst of planning suggest that the post-pandemic office might look radically different.
Michael Kleinberg and his industry colleagues share their thoughts for The New York Times on how the pandemic may result in fundamental changes, ultimately altering how office buildings are designed in the future.
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Source: The New York Times