The COVID-19 outbreak has undoubtedly transformed the way millions of people are working, but it is expected to have an impact on work long after this pandemic is over.
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Once the coronavirus outbreak is over and people return to their normal routines, companies will need to reevaluate how their office design can attract and retain talent.
Hackability refers to shapeshifting a workspace with agile furniture to accommodate the workers’ needs, whether that be open areas, private pods, meeting rooms and more.
Workplace designers are renewing their focus to ensure that workspaces support cognitive and neurodiversity, mental and physical well-being and become more user-centric.
Conference rooms are typically used by small groups of people, but acoustic pods can allow companies to cut costs while offering workers access to a more private space.