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July 23, 2019
Office design should take account of the quality of interactions as well as quantity
by Jonathan Hindle • Comment, Workplace design
Ever since technology first made it possible for people to work remotely from their colleagues, there has been speculation not only that office design should change but even that the physical office could be dispensed with entirely, and with it the idea that people should come together to work in the same place at the same time to achieve common goals and to share in a common identity.