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July 1, 2022
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Personal space is not merely an issue of hygiene, but a biological imperative

The current debate about how much space we will need in the office from now on is not new. As with many of the debate’s facets, the point at which we find ourselves has long been our destination. We’re just here earlier than we might have expected. For many years the world’s major corporate real estate researchers and trade bodies have been tracking the changing spatial dynamics of the workplace. Even before the pandemic, the office has been serving many more people than ever before. Not only was there a reduction in the footprint of the average workstation, but the…
Personal space is not merely an issue of hygiene, but a biological imperative

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