Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
The Chicago Tribune shares why interior architects are the world’s secret weapon against COVID-19.
Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated a telework trend in Japan’s rigid business culture, some companies that have successfully managed a switch to remote systems this year are facing a tough question. The Japan Times reports on what they are doing with their now underused offices.
With many still working from home, Silicon Republic takes a look at the role coworking spaces could play when businesses begin bringing employees back together.
RTE shares how digital hubs could replace working from home – and the office.
Check out the collection of compact offices made from corrugated aluminium and wood Design studio Dutch Invertuals has created via Dezeen.
Fast Company reports that a Northwestern professor’s research finds that work location still matters very much.