Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
- Commercial Observer reports on how the coronavirus pandemic is transforming building design in Washington, DC.
- Co-workers had little choice but to bond when they spent 40 hours a week together. But, says The Atlantic, if widespread remote work sticks around, those relationships will never be the same.
- The Philadelphia Enquirer reports that employers are having to balance a tricky equation as they decide when to bring workers back to the office.
- The Harvard Business Journal shares a brief history of the modern office to help us understand the ways the work has evolved and frame the changes happening today.