Industry News: What We Lose With the End of Office Culture

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.

Nighttime view of the illuminated Manhattan skyline from the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, 1946. Photo: Andreas Feininger / The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images.
  • Is this the end of office culture? The evolution of conventional work life won’t come without some cost, reports Architectural Digest.
  • Forbes shares why we can’t go back to the way things were and must reimagine work.
  • The office isn’t dead, and never will be, reports Allwork.Space.
  • Five workplace design experts weigh in via Architect Magazine on how architects can help clients prepare for a strategic return to the office—and how we should be re-envisioning such spaces for the future.
  • The office goes open-air: how an SF couple conceived next-gen workspaces, reports the SF Chronicle.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic’s wide-ranging effects has led many company executives and workers to reconsider where they do their work, and WeWork could well be the beneficiary, says Forbes.
  • Industry Announcement: Relogix has teamed up with Lenovo to make workplaces safe for re-entry. The Relogix + Lenovo partnership will help global organizations reassure their employees that they will provide a safe return-to-office environment via the Relogix Safe Workspace Monitoring platform. Learn more here!

 

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