Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
ArchDaily introduces the “third” place, which is used to describe everything from coffee shops to banks, and even coworking spaces.
When designing flexible, hybrid work arrangements, The Harvard Business Review says to focus on individual human concerns, not just institutional ones.
The Architect’s Newspaper explores the new pre- and post-occupancy sensors that could change the way we design our workplaces.
Learn why animal products are increasingly off the interiors mood boards from Frame.
U.S. businesses have been spending more on technology than on bricks and mortar for more than a decade now, reports Reuters, but the trend has accelerated during the pandemic, one more sign that working from home is here to stay.