Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
- Architects and real-estate developers are pioneering concepts to entice workers who will permanently split their time between home and office. The Wall Street Journal shares the innovations you’ll see in coming years.
- Forbes argues that those first 15 minutes that employees are back on-site are the most influential when it comes to their decision to return and stay. After all, first impressions are everything for an office space.
- Realty+ discussed how smaller cities are now leading the coworking culture.
- There’s an increasing number of behind-the-scenes specialists in the Bay Area who are carving out a piece of the great office furniture reshuffling. The SF Examiner takes a look at the people capitalizing on tech companies that are drastically shrinking their physical footprints in the wake of the pandemic-induced shift to remote work and the recent economic slowdown.
- Rough, robust, and highly adaptable – Frame shares how the spaces used by artists can offer real inspiration for the future workplace.