Why homes and offices may need a makeover if coronavirus pandemic changes open-plan interior design

//Why homes and offices may need a makeover if coronavirus pandemic changes open-plan interior design

Why homes and offices may need a makeover if coronavirus pandemic changes open-plan interior design

Popular since the 1970s, open-plan interior design was put to the test at the height of the coronavirus crisis. A few months of working cheek by jowl in free-flowing spaces at home have led some householders to reconsider their decision to remove as many internal walls as possible. As for the trend for open-plan offices – which seems to have few fans, anyway – those rows of undivided work stations will surely now be viewed with even more disdain. Will coronavirus kill off the open-plan…

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