Industry News: Redesigning The Office For The Next 100-Year-Flu

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

Redesigning The Office
Architects say making the office more like the outdoors — with filtered air and good ventilation — will be a priority post-pandemic. This living wall in the Danielle N. Ripich Commons at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, is one such approach. Image via WBEZ.
  • WBEZ asks by 2025 or so, after the immediate threat of the coronavirus has likely passed, which short-term fixes will be part of the new normal? And what other design changes could be coming our way?
  • Architectural Digest explores why Dunder Mifflin Scranton was not the best for productivity.
  • Jason McCann, the founder of office furniture company Vari, talks with Entrepreneur about dealing with crises, how workspaces will adapt to the new normal and recovering from business losses.
  • The Morning Call talks with Jill Wheeler, vice president of sales and marketing, City Center Allentown, about how sharing office space with co-workers is crucial to business success.
  • CBC shares how Canadians should expect their workplaces to change as they return to the office.
  • EBN reports on how WeWork can respond to demand for post-pandemic workspaces.
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