Offices and healthcare have been upended by the pandemic. Here’s how they’ll look in the future

Gensler’s new report highlights the biggest trends reshaping offices and healthcare spaces in 2021.

During the coronavirus pandemic, few building types have been as scrutinized and debated as offices and healthcare facilities. Both have been forced to evolve, and there’s a substantial question as to what they’ll look like after the pandemic.

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