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Plans for a social-distancing office to allow employees to safely return

Plans for a social-distancing office with transparent screens around each desk and a barista.

Tom Ravenscroft

Plans for a social-distancing workplace, with transparent screens around desks, hands-free doors and a barista, to allow employees to safely return to its office following the coronavirus lockdown.

A London-based architecture studio has created graphics to illustrate the adaptions it plans to make to its office to allow its employees to safely return to work.

Weston Williamson + Partners intends to combine changes in working practices with physical alterations to its workspace to allow employees that want to return to the office the opportunity to do so.

“The drawings show our response with the focus on safety,” explained Chris Williamson.

“We want to give our colleagues the choice,” he told Dezeen. “Some are very enthusiastic about moving out of their flats and getting back to some sort of normality. Others have some concerns. We need to be mindful of both. It’s a whole new level of flexible working.”

Read on and see more >>>> Source: Dezeen Weston Williamson + Partners envisions social-distancing office

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