Whilst most of us have been getting used to remote working, the British Council for Offices has been considering how office design may change as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, both in terms of the form of offices and the way in which we use them. The link below contains the Briefing Note that was prepared by the Technical Affairs Committee of the BCO of which our London Director Mark Burgess is a member and a contributor to this note.

http://www.bco.org.uk/Research/Publications/Thoughts_on_Office_Design_and_Operation_After_Covid-19.aspx

We are now assessing with our clients changes that this may make to their office buildings and if you would like advice on what this could mean to your new office designs or adaptations to existing work places, then please get in contact with Mark –  mark.burgess@jmarchitects.net

 

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