Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
- As business leaders weigh up the pros and cons (and costs) of bringing workers back to the office, an interesting change is happening to the role of the workplace, reports AllWork.
As NYC begins to reopen, CNBC shares the high-tech precautions that Hudson Yards is taking.
The Boston Business Journal shares that many Boston offices reopened this week at 25% capacity, and have turned to their architects, designers and landlords for guidance on exactly how the new workspaces will look.
Companies like Salesforce created workplaces with all the comforts of home. But, says the New York Times, now they may feel more like hospitals.
Aaron Betsky via Architect Magazine on how designers should mobilize to tackle the most pressing challenges of the moment.