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Blå Station introduces hygiene screens into its modular seating

These new BOB-19 screens bring social distancing to seating in lobbies and communal work spaces. Communal seating in the style of Blå Station’s BOB has


Not all short-term pandemic office solutions will lead to long-term changes

There are so many factors which influence trends in workspace design and workplace culture, so planning for life after Covid-19 is no easy task for


A return to work for co-working spaces

The rise of co-working spaces was accelerated by the recession of 2008, a time when many people were forced to find work, downsize companies, freelance


Design District project to offer On/Off office leasing in response to COVID-19

With expectation and demand for physical office space changing in the course of just a few months, many office providers are going to need to


Physical office space is indispensible, concludes survey

The death of the office may have been a short-lived and heavily rebutted theory to come from the coronavirus outbreak, but there are plenty of


Agile working boxes: a post COVID necessity?

The lack of ownership of space in the agile working or hot desking workplace is both a strength and a flaw. On one side of


Sick day presenteeism ‘will be considered unacceptable’ in the future, says Vitra

The return to the office is focus point for many businesses at present, but it’s also a side effect of the coronavirus outbreak that will


How to make a return to the office more palatable for employees

As the UK continues to ease restrictions on lockdown, the question of whether non-essential employees, who are able to work from home, should return to


M Radwan creates airtight pod concept for essential workers

While it remains to be seen how far office spaces will adopt technology that minimises the risk of spreading the coronavirus in the long term,

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Hygiene and cleanliness: what will change post COVID-19?

In the short-term, there is no question that offices will have to make some effort to promote hygiene and cleanliness. But what about the long-term?



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