Office rents are a very small proportion of total employer costs, so it would be highly premature to assume that office life is at an end. What may be over is the ultra-conventional use of offices by the unimaginative. A good challenge for architects to engage with -- including how they themselves work in the future. The pandemic will prompt a reappraisal of many building types; also the way we design neighbourhoods and cities. Again, architectural knowledge and experience will be in strong demand in order to create more resilient (in every sense) environments.
Some really good ideas here — including consideration of volume and ventilation as well as area. This should be the start of a constructive discussion.
Hypocrites often rely on anonymity so they can get away with their dishonesty not attaching to them personally. That is how an abusive troll culture grows -- like a virus.
Silly people with simplistic views like the cloak of anonymity. Over and out.
'A government that is actively trying to murder millions of its citizens, as usual'. You need to take some Paracetemol and have a little lie-down. Do tell us who you are, by the way, so we can know the font of all a wisdom which equates the common cold with the current virus.