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Why it's crucial we redefine the workplace in the wake of the pandemic

It is vital we redefine our working environment, so that we can still foster and benefit from weak-ties. Image: Unslash/Domenico Loia

Carlo Ratti

Director, MIT - Department of Urban Studies and Planning

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Jobs once thought to necessitate a shared workplace are being performed from home. Image: Carlo Ratti & Martina Mazzarello
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