Designing Safe, Compelling Shared Spaces To Rekindle Our Love For The Office (by Rebecca Charbauski via Work Design Magazine): Working from home, many of us have seen our networks shrink to just a few tiles on a screen. Our ability to adapt to working remotely is reliant upon the relationships built over time through the spontaneous interactions and relaxed conversations that happen in person. We’re learning why the workplace matters. The informal, shared, or ancillary spaces where we socialize, collaborate, focus and rejuvenate make our work days better and help us build trust and strong bonds. So, how do our shared spaces evolve to keep the parts we love while also keeping us safe?
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