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How to design an office that employees will want to return to

Half-baked prototypes will no longer suffice. Solutions must contain the virus and make going to back to work a pleasant, even beautiful experience.

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India’s cultural institutions are fighting to keep the arts alive during a pandemic

Galleries and theaters are innovating to survive.

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Covid-19 is a problem for elevators. Is the paternoster lift the solution?

Single-occupancy elevator systems are capturing imaginations—again.