How the coronavirus pandemic will change the way offices are designed

KYW In Depth: Coronavirus
Thursday, April 30th
One of the many ripple effects of the coronavirus pandemic is that a lot of people have had time to adjust to working at home. And a lot of companies have probably realized that even when things return to normal, portions of their workforce won't necessarily have to come into the office to be productive. There's a good chance that the pandemic will have a direct role in changing how the office of the future is designed. John Campbell is the president of FCA architects, an architecture and interior design planning firm in Philadelphia and New York City, specializing in the workplace, healthcare, and research facilities. We asked him to come on KYW In Depth to talk about the future of open offices, how he thinks the way offices are designed in the future is going to change, and how he's seeing it changing already because of this pandemic.
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