Industry News: Inside Google’s Push To Bring Employees Back To The Office

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

A Google employee works inside the company’s new Pier 57 office in New York on April 20, 2022. Google is asking most of its employees to come into the office three days a week. PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEX FRADKIN
  • Google is one of the biggest companies ever to attempt to transition to a fully hybrid work model, reports Fortune. Even the experts aren’t sure it can be done: “I don’t know whether it will work. It sounds like Google doesn’t know if it will work either.”
  • It turns out The Wing can’t fly. Earlier this month the women-only coworking space announced that it would be closing its remaining six locations. AEI explores what happened.
  • ArchDaily shares the first-ever NFT office building has been sold in New York City.
  • Cushman & Wakefield report shows those who are using flex space want to increase their office time, says Globe St.
  • Thanks to inflation, Fast Company reports it’s even more expensive for workers to make the trek back into offices or physical workspaces.
  • Take a tour via Frame of the OYO Architects-designed Agristo Headquarters in Wielsbeke, Belgium. Some of today’s biggest workplace design trends are woven into the fabric of this space.
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