Since March, white-collar offices in major cities across the United States have stood empty. Now, with growing evidence that the workforce is equally effective at home, companies and designers are starting to rethink the office—what it looks like, what it’s used for, and if it’s really needed at all.
But this wholesale reimagining of office life comes at a cost. How will the severe reduction of commuters transform American cities?
John Capobianco, principal at IA Interior Architects
Hannah Hackathorn, principal at Unispace
Ellen Baer, BID president, Hudson Square
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